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News from July 2004

News articles found: 52


1. Conti ready to appoint new automotive systems chief
Hanover, Germany—Continental AG is ready to appoint Dr Karl-Thomas Neumann to succeed Dr Wolfgang Ziebart as head of Continental Automotive Systems (CAS) division, as soon as he is available. Neu...
30 July 2004

2. ERJ preview of K 2004: information needed
London-The September issue of European Rubber Journal will preview the K2004 exhibition for the plastics and rubber industries, so if your company is exhibiting anything related to the rubber indust...
28 July 2004

3. Cooper sets up automotive profiles JV in China with Saiyang
By Liz White, ERJ staff NOVI, Michigan—Cooper-Standard Automotive is to make automotive sealing systems in China via a joint venture it has set up with Saiyang Sealing Products Co. The new unit, ...
28 July 2004

4. ECCMR-4 set for Stockholm, June 2005
ECCMR-4, the European Conference on Constitutive Models for Rubber is scheduled for 27-29 June, 2005 in The Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden The previous three conferences on const...
28 July 2004

5. Chinese mould maker seeks listing
Guangdong Greatoo Molds Inc., a Chinese tyre mould maker, has said it hopes to raise about Yuan 260 million (€26 million) from a share flotation on the Shenzen stock exchange, scheduled for 2 August...
28 July 2004

6. Firestone's Liberian plantation 'dead within ten years'
A legal spokesman for Firestone has said the world's largest rubber plantation might be dead within ten years unless an urgent re-planting programme begins. Talks on such a programme have been slow,...
28 July 2004

7. Cooper adds race tyre activity in Georgia
Findlay, Ohio—Cooper Tires has announced that it is to begin making racing tyres at its facility in Athens, Georgia. The company currently makes all its racing tyres at the Cooper-Avon facility in ...
27 July 2004

8. Cabot announces Q3 result
Boston—Cabot Corp has announced its 3rd quarter results. Profits from carbon black increase by $10 million due to efficiencies and new business. Chief executive, Kennett Burnes said, "During the qu...
27 July 2004

9. Bridgestone Metalpha adds steelcord capacity in Tennessee
Clarksville, Tennessee—Bridgestone Metalpha is adding capacity to its steelcord plant here. The company said it will increase production by 6000 to 8000 tonnes per year, bringing the total to 58 000...
27 July 2004

10. Crompton boss: Davis-Standard ‘doesn’t fit’
By Bill Bregar Plastics News Pawcatuck, Connecticut—A week after a press report that Crompton Corp. has placed Davis-Standard Corp. on a list of businesses to be fixed or sold, the chemical compa...
27 July 2004

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