China's rubber industry started in 1915 in Guangdong Brothers Oak Company. In 1934, the first tire was born in Shanghai. After more than 90 years, it has now become a major rubber industry in the world. Since 2002, the consumption of raw rubber has ranked first in the world. The world's largest tire production, mainly non-tire rubber products such as
The output of rubber hoses, tapes and rubber shoes is the highest in the world. In recent years, the average annual increase rate of rubber consumption in China is about 8%. Rubber consumption is an important indicator of the development of the rubber industry.
It is 22 million tons, and China is 5.5 million tons, more than 1/4 of the world. In 2008, China's total tire production was 350 million, including 265 million radial tires, and the meridian rate exceeded 75%.
The volume is about 40%.
Although China's rubber industry has been hit by the international financial crisis since the second half of 2008, it is expected that the incremental rate of the rubber industry will remain around 10% by 2010. Rubber
The continued development of industry is closely related to the development of the automobile industry and transportation industry, including roads and railways. In 2008, China has become the world's second largest automobile producer, with a total vehicle output of 9.43 million.
The vehicle has exceeded 10 million in 2009. The development of the automobile industry and transportation industry is placing higher and higher requirements on rubber products and supporting raw materials. High-quality rubber additives are one of the foundations for the development of the rubber industry.