ERJ staff report (LMH)
London - Synthetic rubber has been unable to compete with natural rubber in India due to the limited production capacity, according to a new report from Research and Markets.
The report titled â€œIndian Synthetic Rubber Industry - Relying on Imports Due to Low Production Capacityâ€ analyses the production and consumption scenario of synthetic and natural rubber industry in India, as well as the end use segments driving rubber industry in India, Research and Markets says.
It also noted that the tyre sector is the largest end-use sector for synthetic rubber in India. Styrene Butadiene Rubber (SBR) accounts for 40 percent of the total synthetic rubber, and is consumed mostly in the tyre sector.
Research and Markets suggested that as tyre production in India is increasing at a fast pace, so to synthetic rubber consumption will also increase.
The report is available from Research and Markets and is priced between Euro 380-1140 depending on format.
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Report from Research and Markets