Centre for Management Technology (CMT) will organize the 7th Global Rubber & Tire Markets conference in Bangkok, Thailand from June 3-4.According to CMT, the conference examines the industry with perspectives set between a three and five year period.
Industry majors will convene at the summit to address game-changing phenomena, including tire labeling legislation, green mobility and demand surge in developing countries.Christoph Kalla, Vice President, Marketing of Lanxess International, one of the key speakers on the green agenda, gives an overview on tire labeling and its effect on global market dynamics, and Prof Dr Chen Qiubo examines the implications of EU’s legislations on China as well as the country’s readiness for this industry evolution.
Leaders from JK Tyre & Industries and ORGKHIM Biochemical Holding will elaborate on green tire technology and carcinogenic safe rubber processing oil & applications at the annual meet as well, giving participants an all-rounded perspective on this new trend.
Zooming into economic challenges, Frederico Gil Sander, Economist at The World Bank evaluates US’ slow recovery and Europe’s debt crisis and their implications on Asia’s market. Onto the more specific natural rubber and synthetic rubber market outlook are Dr. Chayo Trangadisaikul, Secretary General of Rubber-Based Industry Club, The Federation of Thai Industries, and Virendra Rathod, Head of Synthetic Rubber Business at Reliance Industries Limited respectively.
Dr Paitoon Wongsasuthikul, MD of Agrowealth Co also joins the speakers’ panel, casting an overview on the latex market.Sunam Sarkar, CFO, Apollo Tyres, Kartika Dianningsih Antono, Managing Director, PT Multistrada Agro International, and Dr Hoa Tran Thi Thuy, Office Manager, Vietnam Rubber Association, will be addressing the surging developing in countries such as Vietnam, Indonesia, China and India.