London -- Do you (or your employer) make machinery for the rubber industry? ERJ needs to hear from you.
Each year, ERJ reports on the global rubber machinery business. Part of the research is a survey of the world's main rubber machinery manufacturers.
The 2012 survey will be published in the next issue of European Rubber Journal, which goes to press early in March.
Below you will find links to a word (.DOC) and .PDF file of this year's survey, and I am requesting that you complete the survey and return it to us by Friday 24th Feb. If you work in a company which we should be covering, please alert the correct people in your organisation to this news item.
Once completed, you can either email it to the address on this message ([email protected]), or fax it to the number below, or prepare it as an image file or a PDF for electronic transfer back to me.
There is no charge to you for this survey, and all those who return a completed form are guaranteed a free entry in the finished report. I repeat; there is no charge for this entry. All I ask is a little of your time to complete the form. Some companies will not want to answer every question, but the more you can answer, the more detail we can print about your company.
ERJ's annual machinery survey has become a standard reference work for all those looking to buy or reconditioned machinery in the rubber industry. Please return the form and ensure that your company has its entry in this standard reference work.
Just a final reminder, I need completed forms by Friday 24th Feb to guarantee entry in the 2012 machinery survey. Please return your responses to me, David Shaw, at [email protected]
Editor, European Rubber Journal
PS, If you wish to see the 2010 report (from 2 years ago), you can download the different sections at these links:
Tables and features from 2010 (2MB)
Listings from 2010 (2MB)
Full report from 2010 (4MB)