Corrie MacColl details landmark collaboration in Cameroon

Singapore — Natural rubber company Corrie MacColl, a subsidiary of global NR supply chain manager Halcyon Agri, has joined forces with local and international NGOs to strengthen rubber production across its plantations in Cameroon.

Two prominent NGOs, Mighty Earth and the Community Forests Platform, have joined the Cameroon Sustainability Council initiated by Corrie MacColl after a long-running consultation, Corrie MacColl said in a 21 Nov news release.

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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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Rubber Market to Reach USD 60.38 Billion by 2026; Ongoing Technological Advancements to Propel Growth, Says Fortune Business Insights

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PUNE, India, Nov. 11, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — The global Rubber Market is anticipated to gain impetus from a rise in the demand from tire and non-tire automotive parts sector. This information is published in a report by Fortune Business Insights, titled, “Rubber Market Size, Share &…

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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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IRSG focus stays steady throughout its evolution

SINGAPORE—Seventy-five years after its founding, the International Rubber Study Group continues to evolve as an analytical, statistical and forecasting body serving the natural and synthetic rubber industries, according to its current secretary general.

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Sustainable natural rubber a big goal for industry

FAIRLAWN, Ohio—The natural rubber latex industry is taking steps toward sustainability, but it’s important to remember that the process has just begun.

That was the message from Whitney Luckett, founding president of Southland Rubber USA—which produces 200,000 metric tons of latex annually throughout its six manufacturing sites—at the 2019 International Latex Conference, held recently in Fairlawn, Ohio.

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Michelin, Conti, Smag to set up JV for sustainable NR

Hanover, Germany – Michelin, Continental and French farming software company Smag are to set up a joint venture business to improve the sustainability of the natural rubber (NR) supply chain.

Rubberway, said Michelin and Conti in separate statement 12 Sept, is a “technical platform” – mobile application – that identifies and evaluates practices and risks related to the sustainability the entire NR supply chain, from rubber-processing plants downstream to plantations upstream.

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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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