NR supply falls 7.3% in first seven months of 2019

Kuala Lumpur – The world production of natural rubber (NR) fell 7.3% year-on-year to 7.039 million tonnes during the first seven months of 2019, according to the preliminary estimates published by the Association of Natural Rubber Producing Countries (ANRPC).

Total product was hit by the outbreak of Pestalotiopsis leaf disease in the rubber producing states, with Indonesia estimating a 15% decline in annual output.

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Challenging times ahead for rubber sector

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The outlook is not very optimistic for rubber producing and consuming sectors according to Sawar Dhanania, Chairman of the Rubber Board. He was delivering the presidential address at the 179th meeting of the Rubber Board, in Kottayam. The economy world-wide is passing through difficult times and the economic horizon is overcast with uncertainty adversely affecting […]

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Natural rubber output falls in half-year; demand up slightly

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KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — The world supply of natural rubber fell 8.3% to 5.85 million metric tons during the first half of 2019 versus the same 2018 period, according to figures released by the Association of Natural Rubber Producing Countries.

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Halcyon Agri project focuses on sustainability

YAOUNDE, Cameroon—Halcyon Agri, the world’s largest natural rubber producing company, is undertaking a major project in Cameroon to address sustainability and human rights issues at its operations there.

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Analysis: India’s limping economy threatens to undermine commodity markets

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Singapore — India’s economy has shifted into lower gear since the country’s general election, posting its slowest growth in six years for the April-June quarter and taking a toll on energy and commodity markets that were already grappling with an ailing automotive sector and a lack of liquidity. Not registered? Receive daily […]

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Natural rubber production declining as demand grows

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KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — Global production of natural rubber fell 6.5% through the first five months of 2019 to 4.93 million metric tons, according to the Association of Natural Rubber Producing Countries.

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NR production declines as demand grows

Kuala Lumpur – Global production of natural rubber (NR) fell 6.5% year-on-year to 4.93 million tonnes in the first five months of 2019, according to the latest figures released by the Association of Natural Rubber Producing Countries (ANRPC).

World NR consumption for the five months to end of May rose 0.9% to 5.789 million tonnes, creating a shortfall of just under 860,000 tonnes, ANRPC announced in a 20 Aug statement.

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Latest World Rubber Industry Outlook now available from IRSG

The Secretariat of the International Rubber Study Group (IRSG) publishes comprehensive data on production, consumption, trade and prices – covering both natural rubber (NR) and synthetic rubber (SR). On a biannual basis the World Rubber Industry Outlook (WRIO) presents the latest long-term forecasts for the next ten years, covering the world economy as well as the vehicle, tyre and rubber sectors.

 

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NR supply crunch hits manufacturing

The widening demand-supply gap in natural rubber in India, coupled with restrictions on import of the commodity, threatens to hit the tyre and non-tyre manufacturing sector badly. The drastic fall in production is particularly worrisome to rubber MSMEs who can hardly afford the high import duty and many have gone out of existence for want of raw material

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ANRPC expects rubber-price gains as output lags demand

Kuala Lumpur – Global production of natural rubber (NR) totalled 3.954 million tonnes during the first four months of 2019, the Association of Natural Rubber Producing Countries (ANRPC) has reported.

The level represented a decline of 5.1%, from 4.165 million tonnes, recorded during the same period in previous year, said a 30 June ANRPC statement.

World consumption of NR, meanwhile, improved over the four months to April: up 1.0% year-to-year to 4.591 million tonnes, the association noted.

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