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Rubber industry


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Rubber industry

  1. 1. The Indian Rubber Industry M.SundaraRajan
  2. 2. Rubber Industry profile • 83 per cent of the area of rubber cultivation in India is in the state of Kerala • With around 6000 unit comprising 30 large scale, 300 medium scale and around 5600 SSI/tiny sector units, • Manufacturing 35000 rubber products, employing 400 thousand people, including around 22000 technically qualified support personnel, • With a turnover of Rs.200 billions and contributing Rs.40 billions to the National Exchequer through • taxes, duties and other levies, • The Indian Rubber Industry plays a core sector role in the Indian national economy.
  3. 3. Rubber Products • The wide range of rubber products manufactured by the Indian rubber industry comprises • All types of heavy duty earth moving tyres. Auto tyres, tubes, automobile parts, footwear, belting, hoses, cycle tyres and tubes, cables and wires, camelback, battery boxes, latex products, pharmaceutical goods, besides moulded and extruded goods for mass consumption
  4. 4. Market Sectors • The important areas which the industry caters to include • all the three wings of defence, civil, aviation, aeronautics, railways, agriculture, transport as also textile engineering industries, pharmaceuticals, mines, steel plants, ports, family planning programmes, hospitals, sports, practically to every conceivable field
  5. 5. Industry Sectors • The rubber sector comprises mainly of industry verticals like plantations engaged in the primary production of Natural Rubber (NR)that includes rubber sheets, block rubber and latex; • Manufacture of synthetic rubber, manufacture of auto tyres, tubes and numerous rubber- based products and the dealers and exporters engaged in marketing and trade.
  6. 6. Exports • With an estimated turnover of over Rs7,60,000 million and exports of over $ 2770 million in 2013-14 the manufacturing segment of the rubber sector (auto tyres, rubes and other rubber based goods) play no less significant role • The range of products exported include automotive tyres and tubes, Rubber and canvas footwear, cycle tyres, pharmaceutical goods, rubber hoses, cots and aprons, belts and beltings,sheeting etc. • These products are exported to over 85 countries, including USA, Germany, France, U.K., Italy, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Africa, Afghanistan, Bangladesh etc
  7. 7. Export Destinations • Product with SITC-231 (natural rubber, natural gums, and primary forms) has identified ten potential countries, namely: China, Germany, Korea, USA, Iran, Brazil, Netherlands, Portugal, France, and Turkey. • These ten countries have been identified and analysed as potential countries that imported natural rubber and natural gums in primary forms for period 2001 until 2010 • China is the most potential market
  8. 8. Imports • China, the US and Europe together represented c.50% of global imports in 2013, with China’s share of global imports growing from c.20% to c.30% between 2004 and 2013. • China and India, which accounted for c.90% of incremental global import trade flow between 2004 and 2013, are expected to capture a similar share of incremental imports in the period up to • 2017.
  9. 9. Capexil India’s Premier International Trade Facilitation & Export Promotion Council set up by the Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India. Organised Buyer Seller Meet for Rubber Products and Automobile Tyres and Tubes CAPEXIL Chemical and Allied Products export promotion council ( includes Rubber products) Mumbai, India Tel.: +91 22 2352 3410 / 0084 Cell: +91 98203 78805 Email: Web: Add: D/17, Commerce Centre, 78, Tardeo Road, Mumbai. Pincode: 400 034, India.
  10. 10. Rubber Board • Rubber Board • Market Research and study reports on consultancy basis are prepared by the Market Promotion Department on request. The study is normally conducted to assess the potential of a new product or to find out new areas for application. It also helps to understand the critical success determinants in the existing line of business based on understanding of the market dynamics. • Rubber Board P.B. No:1122 Kottayam -686 002 Kerala, India • Ph: 91-481-2301231 • Fax: 91-481-2571380
  11. 11. Rubber Institute • To promote the dissemination of knowledge on all aspects of rubber science and technology by holding meetings, seminars, workshops, short term courses, conferences, discussions, lectures and the publication of technical papers, periodicals, books, etc. • To act as a bridge between the industry and academia for sharing of knowledge. Indian Rubber Institute (IRI) IRI Head Office 169, 4th Floor, Karnani Estate 209, A.J.C. Bose Road, Kolkata - 700017 Phone- (033) 2283 0421, (0) 9804784764. Email:-
  12. 12. Rubber Board …. • Information in the report include: • Information regarding production, imports and exports • Demand-supply scenario of major user countries • Price trends • Country-wise imports and exports in terms of quantity and value. • Short-listing of countries importing and exporting • Comparative study of prices realized by major players • Information on importers, exporters, manufacturers, traders and other competitors
  13. 13. Rubber Imports • Analysis of Imports of natural rubber • During : 2013 – 2015 • India imported natural rubber worth USD 2,077,371,861 with total quantity of 992,044,853. • Indonesia is the largest supplier of natural rubber accounting for imports worth USD 852,078,674 followed by Vietnam and Thailand which exported natural rubber worth USD 532,083,420 and USD 529,532,369 respectively. • Chennai Sea accounted for 53.2% of imports followed by Nhava Sheva Sea and Mundra which account for 22.9% and 9.1% of imports respectively. • Average price of natural rubber per unit is USD 2.09 and average value per shipment is 162,244
  14. 14. Analysis of Exports of natural rubber latex under HS Code 40011020 • India exported natural rubber latex worth USD 4,373,753 under HS Code 40011020 with total quantity of 2,183,105. • Germany is the largest buyer of natural rubber latex accounting for exports worth USD 851,455 followed by China and Spain which imported natural rubber latex worth USD 575,681 and USD 503,196 respectively. • All shipments were exported from Cochin Sea • Average price of natural rubber latex per unit is USD 2.00 and average value per shipment is 69,425
  15. 15. Analysis of Exports of rubber hand gloves under HS Code 4015 • India exported rubber hand gloves worth USD 450,664 under HS Code 4015 with total quantity of 87,057. • United Arab Emirates is the largest buyer of rubber hand gloves accounting for exports worth USD 209,019 followed by United Kingdom and Saudi Arabia which imported rubber hand gloves worth USD 156,533 and USD 48,586 respectively. • Nhava Sheva Sea accounted for 48% of exports followed by Bombay Air Cargo and Mundra which account for 34.8% and 9.1% of exports respectively. • Average price of rubber hand gloves per unit is USD 5.18 and average value per shipment is 2,323
  16. 16. Analysis of Exports of men's rubber slipper • India exported men's rubber slipper worth USD 159,807 with total quantity of 38,823. • Saudi Arabia is the largest buyer of mens rubber slipper accounting for exports worth USD 35,542 followed by United Kingdom and United States which imported mens rubber slipper worth USD 29,805 and USD 21,257 respectively. • Tughlakabad accounted for 30.4% of exports followed by Delhi Air Cargo and Nhava Sheva Sea which account for 23.4% and 21.3% of exports respectively. • Average price of men's rubber slipper per unit is USD 4.12 and average value per shipment is 1,378
  17. 17. Analysis of Exports of rubber backed coir mats under HS Code 4016 • India exported rubber backed coir mats worth USD 119,178 under HS Code 4016 with total quantity of 52,036. • United States is the largest buyer of rubber backed coir mats accounting for exports worth USD 46,652 followed by Saudi Arabia and Greece which imported rubber backed coir mats worth USD 20,793 and USD 10,920 respectively. • Cochin Sea accounted for 93.3% of exports followed by Nhava Sheva Sea and Cochin which account for 5.7% and 0.6% of exports respectively. • Average price of rubber backed coir mats per unit is USD 2.29 and average value per shipment is 1,779
  18. 18. Some Important Links • Rubber Board – India - • Malaysia Rubber Board • Global Rubber Markets • India Rubber Meet • Rubber Mark • Rubber Park • World Trade Daily • World Trade Centre
  19. 19. Thank you • Data bases on Rubber Industry • • blowing-agent.htm • -rubber.htm • particles.htm •