Monthly Archive for: "February, 2021"

KPMG Automotive Related Rubber – COI Review

KPMG Automotive Related Rubber – COI Review Want and edge when it comes to Automotive related to rubber?  Attached is the latest installment of our Monthly Automotive Health Monitor, which provides an overview of ongoing trends and news in the industry. Notable insights from this installment are as follows: Automotive OEMs (e.g., GM) as well […]

Rubber and Plastic Containers imported to USA

Rubber and Plastic Containers imported to USA Want the latest information on how the global supply chain works?  Well the below should give you some insight on rubber and plastic containers imported to USA.  This is for the 2021 calendar year.  We hope you find this data helpful. We pride ourselves to not only be […]

Rubber and Plastic News – US Minority Rubber Manufacture

Their Journey: Diversity breeds success for Coi Rubber minority rubber manufacture CITY OF INDUSTRY, Calif.—Coi Rubber Products Inc. is a minority rubber manufacture; rubber goods supplier that has used diversity to its advantage. The firm is a certified minority-owned supplier where most of its work force also comprises minorities. This has helped open doors for […]

Transfer Molded Rubber Parts Market Share

Transfer Molded Rubber Parts Market Share and SWOT Analysis: Stern Rubber Company, Qualiform, MES, REDCO By Exltech January 25, 2021 parts-market-share-and-swot-analysis-stern-rubber-companyqualiform- mes-redco/> Market Growth Insight has presented updated research report on ‘Transfer Molded Rubber Parts Market’ , offering insightful information like market share, market size, and growth rate during the forecast period 2020 – […]

Can rubber conduct electricity?

A common question people ask is: can rubber conduct electricity? The answer depends on the material that is being used. If the rubber material does not contain any conducting electrons, then it will not conduct electricity. Rubber is known to be an insulator because rubber can limit the transfer of electricity. The rubber properties prevent […]

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