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Make plans to attend Tirecon Asia 2014

Posted on February 20, 2014

Tirecon Asia 2014 will be held at the Hotel Pullman Shanghai Skyway, China, on May 22-23, 2014. 

For its third year, Tirecon Asia 2014 will present speakers and auto- and tire-related exhibitors for the expected 180-plus business executives attending from around the world.

“With our previous success, Tirecon Asia 2014 will provide a unique networking environment dedicated to exchange of leading technologies, business solutions and commercial intelligence for a sustainable tire and rubber industry.”

Topics covered in the main sessions will include:

* Markets and dynamics in tire industry development

* Advanced tire manufacturing and technologies

* Innovation of raw materials and chemicals

* Polymer, rubber and innovative elastomers for tires

A pre-event workshop will cover intelligent tires and vehicles.

For more information, see www.tireconasia.com.

Related Topics: Tirecon Asia, Trade show

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