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Last Weeks Headlines - Past 7 to 14 Days
Tuesday, August 16, 2016
Global rubber additives market expected to grow at the CAGR of 7.2 percent
Ireland tire market is forecast to surpass $450 million by 2021
Datwyler to acquire German silicone molder Ott GmbH
Dow Corning to showcase silicone innovation in glazing applications for construction at Glasstec 2016
Global demand for industrial robotics forecast to reach $42 billion by 2020
TA Instruments introduces three new thermogravimetric analyzers
Monday, August 15, 2016
Consumer Reports finds 5.7 percent improvement in fuel economy with low rolling resistance tires
Global specialty chemical market is projected to reach $492.4 billion by the end of 2021
Songwon Industrial Group released its financial results for second quarter
Dow Chemical and DuPont merger threatened by European regulators
TIA announces 2016 Hall of Fame recipients
Friday, August 12, 2016
Petronas Chemicals reports lower earnings for the second quarter
Book of the day - Rubber Molding Principles on sale 50 percent off
R.D. Abbott signs a new distribution agreement with Kraton Performance Polymers for Cariflex isoprene rubber
Apollo Tyres' net profit increases 11 percent in the first quarter of fiscal year 2016-17
Career fair to be held during the International Elastomer Conference in Pittsburgh this October
Thursday, August 11, 2016
Global polyurethane market forecast to reach $79.15 billion by 2021
Lanxess raises its earnings forecast for 2016
Trelleborg to showcase innovative technologies at ONS 2016
Momentive announces second quarter results for 2016
Yokohama Rubber to begin sales of “ibar HG82” a new high-pressure hydrogen gas hose
Wednesday, August 10, 2016
Zeon and Sumitomo Chemical form study for joint venture of S-SBR businesses
China sells $13.84 billion worth of tires in 2015
Smithers Rapra names VP of technical consulting services and adds new Akron laboratory general manager
New report available on the ethylene propylene rubber market
Patagonia introduces the world's first neoprene-free natural rubber wetsuit
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