Global Aircraft Tire Market – New Innovative Solutions to Boost Growth | Technavio

Technavio’s latest market research report on the global aircraft tire market provides an analysis of the most important trends expected to impact the market outlook from 2018-2022. Technavio defines an emerging trend as a factor that has the potential to significantly impact the market and contribute to its growth or decline.

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Cooper suffers double-digit earnings decline

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Findlay, Ohio – Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. suffered double-digit drops in operating and net income for the quarter ended 31 March 31, reflecting lower unit volume and costs associated with reduced manufacturing, the company said.

Operating income dropped 54.4% to $26.5 million on 6.5-percent lower sales of $601.5 million, cutting the operating margin nearly five%age points to 4.4%. Net income fell 72.9% to $8.29 million.

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Future Tire: Q&A with BRV chairman

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In this Q&A, Stephan Helm, chairman of the German tire retail and vulcanisation trades association (BRV), gives his views on the development of new technologies within the tire industry:

ERJ: Please identify one significant development in the tire industry in the last 2-3 years, and explain its importance.

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GfK: LT tires led ‘sluggish’ 2017 U.S. replacement market

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NEW YORK — Despite a unit sales decline of 3.1 percent last year, light truck (LT) tires led a sluggish U.S. consumer tire market in 2017 vs. 2016, according to the latest data issued by analytics firm GfK Group.

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Shifting trends impact truck tire, retread industries

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Despite all of the marketplace challenges, commercial tire dealers and retreaders are very optimistic about the future, as am I.

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Global Cloud PBX Market Research Report- Forecast to 2023

NEW YORK, April 17, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Market Synopsis of Tubeless Tire Market: Globally, the market for Tubeless Tire is growing at a CAGR of 7.15% during the forecast period (2017-2023). The tubeless tire also known as inflated tires, does not require any inner tube inside the tire….

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Camso raising aftermarket prices globally up to 6%

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Magog, Quebec — Camso Ltd. is planning to raise aftermarket prices globally in the coming months on its range of solid and pneumatic tires, tracks and track systems by between 1% and 6%.

Camso cited rising raw materials, logistics and other operating costs as the reasons for the increases. The timing of the increases will be based on market dynamics in North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia Pacific, Camso said.

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Trinseo sales and profit grow in 2017, more expected for 2018

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BERWYN, Pa.—Positive 2017 results are leading executives with materials maker Trinseo to increase guidance for 2018.

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Continental re-enters farm tire market with new introductions

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Hanover, Germany—A little more than two years after it confirmed plans to re-enter the farm tire market, Continental AG has launched its first two standard ag tires, the Tractor 70 and 85, and said they’d be available in North American this summer.

The premium radial drive tires are available initially in 14 sizes, a fraction of the 100 sizes Conti said it will offer in its radial and bias-ply tire portfolio by 2019.

The tires…

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Maxxis signals India ambitions with first tire plant

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NEW DELHI (NewsRise) — Four years after it entered India, Taiwan’s Maxxis launched its first tire manufacturing plant in the country, intensifying competition in the red-hot two-wheeler market.

Maxxis, a unit of Taipei-listed Cheng Shin Rubber Industry, will initially produce tires for scooters and motorcycles at the $400-million factory in Sanand, a fast-developing auto hub in the western Indian state of Gujarat.

The plant can produce up to 20,000 tires and 40,000 tubes per day, the company said in a statement Thursday.

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