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TRMAM Announces New Office Bearers
Tyre Retreading Manufacturers’ Association of Malaysia (TRMAM) held its 7th AGM on 14th July 2020, at Klang Executive Club, Klang in Selangor.
Recircle Awards 2021: Nominations Committee Announced
The Recircle Awards 2021 is being launched to honour retreaders and tyre recyclers for their respective achievements in the industry.
Gummitread Positioned Well for Growth in 2020
As with most retreaders in Malaysia, Gummitread predominantly provide pre-cure retreads, despite also having one hot cure mould.
Maxrubber Eye Steady Export Growth Despite Difficult Market Conditions in South-East Asia
Maxrubber can currently claim to be a trusted brand in over 25 countries around the globe.
TME Complete Move to New Facility
TME expects the current production level of 3,000 pre-cure TBR retreads per month at the Telok Gong site to jump to a projected level of 4,500 by mid-2020.
Maxrubber Targets European Market for Export Growth
Following an extensive period of investment at its manufacturing facility in Klang, Malaysia, Maxrubber Industries Sdn Bhd, the fast-growing manufacturer of tyre retreading materials, has announced that it will be embarking on a targeted export drive with a view to developing a strong presence in the European market.
Deauto Bet on Diversification
Deauto Recycle & Retread Industry Sdn Bhd has committed itself to a strategy of diversification as the retread environment continues to prove to be a complex battleground.
Vimax Retreading Focuses on Top Quality Retreads
East Malaysian retreader Vimax Retreading Sdn Bhd is continuing to invest in quality despite the fact that the retread industry in Sabah is facing uncertainty and hard times as well as the increasing pressure from cheap new tyre imports from China.