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Rubber Trade Shows in United States

Rubber Trade Shows in United States. Calendar Rubber Trade Shows in major cities of United States Trade shows of Rubber in United States

Calendar Rubber Trade Shows in United States

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International Elastomer Conference – International Rubber & Advanced Materials In Healthcare Expo 2022

From  to 
Knoxville Expo Center LLC
Knoxville, United States
Rubber, Plastics
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International Elastomer Conference – International Rubber & Advanced Materials In Healthcare Expo 2020

From  to 
Knoxville Expo Center LLC
Knoxville, United States
Rubber, Plastics
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Pacific Design & Manufacturing 2020

From  to 
Anaheim Convention Center
Anaheim, United States
Metallurgical, Rubber, Design, Components, Electronic design, Industrial fairs, Plastics, Packaging
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Plastec West 2020

From  to 
Anaheim Convention Center
Anaheim, United States
Rubber, Molds, Plastic industry, Plastics

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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 as suppliers (e.g., Bosch) continue to face supply chain disruptions worldwide owing to chip shortages in Q1?021, leading to limited production of vehicle parts requiring semiconductors (e.g., emergency braking systems), plant shutdowns, and reduced vehicles and parts production
    • Global OEMs may face margin pressure due to the rise of key raw material prices (e.g., HRC steel, copper, platinum, rubber), in the near-term
  • Amid the EV transition, traditional automakers (e.g., Ford) are increasingly collaborating with tech giants (such as Google) to provide enhanced Auto 2.0 (electrification, autonomy and connectivity) solutions
    • Additionally, US OEMs (e.g., GM) may benefit from government initiatives for vehicle electrification and domestic manufacturing
  • On the supplier front, the increased likelihood of direct semiconductor sourcing by global automakers (e.g., VW) to tackle production disruptions may unfavorably impact auto suppliers pertaining to chip-related components
    • With the rising focus on sustainable and more efficient vehicle components, vehicle part makers (e.g., Continental) continue to implement the use of substitute materials (e.g., structural plastic)
  • On the US automotive dealers end, growing consumer preference for light trucks/SUVs has led to automaker emphasis on high-margin cars and discontinuation of certain sedan models by global OEMs (e.g., Kia)
  • Amid the pandemic, factors such as reduced vehicle miles driven and the increase in the number of people staying at home may decrease the need for daily commute and new vehicle purchases
  • Automotive part retailers (e.g., O’Reilly) could witness a rise in DIY sales driven by factors such as government stimulus
  I’m also attaching the latest economic analysis from KPMG. I hope that you find this information useful.

 

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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 the best at a low cost solution in molded rubber, but also experts in logistics and your strength in the supply chain. Let’s see what our logistics have to report.

Trans-Pacific container system slows under Asia import surge

The trans-Pacific container shipping system is sagging under a seemingly unending deluge of imports from Asia into North America. The winter storms have only stressed some port gateway further and slowed cargo through rail hubs including Chicago. Importers are often shelling out more than double the posted rates to secure ship and container equipment capacity.  They are also watching demurrage fees stack up, while carriers prioritize imports over lower-paying exports.  This then becomes frustrating to US and Canadian farmers and other exporters. Marine terminals at the Los Angeles and Long Beach port complex don’t expect the con-
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gestion that has been building since summer to clear until late spring.  While other major ports grapple with the surge that has slowed but not stopped operations. And with importers attempting to bring additional cargo in before some Chinese factories shut down for Lunar New Year celebrations.  Most of this began Feb. 12, container lines and marine terminals spent February battling vessel delays and congestion at key Chinese export gateways. US imports from Asia in January increased 14% from Jan 2020.

?/strong>Opportunity?/strong>

“The opportunity to find alternative gateways [to Los Angeles and Long Beach] where there is a material difference in throughput productivity is becoming smaller and smaller because of the increased diversions and the ongoing surge in general,?Charles van der Steene, head of sales for Maersk, North America, said in an interview. However, he expects dwell times at other major North American ports such as Savannah and New York “will plateau and not catapult out of control.?Ships are leaving Asian ports later than scheduled due to container equipment shortages.  And then sometimes experiencing weather-related delays before reaching US ports. As a result, ocean carrier on-time performance from Asia to the West Coast of North America was a dismal 22.1 percent.  That also turn in December, down from 70.9 percent in December 2019.  While ocean reliability to the East Coast fell to 26.3 percent from 70.5 percent during the same period.   Most of this is according to the latest data from Sea-Intelligence Maritime Analysis.

?/strong>Decrease Service Levels?/strong>

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This unprecedented decrease in service levels.  This is caused by the bullwhip effect of import demand falling.  Especially in the first half before rocketing since the second half and a subsequent shortage of container equipment for Asian exports.  Furthermore, this has spurred shippers to accuse carriers of price gouging and carriers to argue the system can’t handle the volume. Unsurprisingly, the US Federal Maritime Commission has upped its monitoring, and Commissioner Rebecca Dye has hinted at potential major changes coming this month in how the agency addresses detention and demurrage charges. Hearing complaints from their agriculture exporter constituents.  Members of Congress are asking the industry to help get them needed equipment for soybeans, grains, and other commodities.

All of this comes as importers and container lines hash out annual trans-Pacific service contracts.  Mostly which the industry widely expects will include higher base rates than last year’s agreements.  Although the extent of the pricing increase is still unclear. If spot rates in the eastbound trans-Pacific are an indication as to where annual service contract rates will end up this spring.  Contract rates will be much higher than last year. The service importers are receiving and how their various routings through US and Canadian ports.  They are performing is framing negotiations for the contracts that generally run from May 1 through April 30. While a larger number of shippers are signing contracts earlier. This way so they can expand their minimum quantity commitments and get extra space now.  There’s another camp waiting to see if there’s any relief in spot rates during the two-week Chinese New Year celebrations.

?/strong>Nowhere to put containers?/strong>

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Container flows are adjusting to bottlenecks in So California, most noticeably with carriers boosting capacity to Oakland and the Northwest Seaport Alliance (NWSA) of Seattle and Tacoma. Zim Integrated Shipping Services, for example, will commence a service Feb. 21 that will call in Southeast Asia, Los Angeles, Tacoma, and Vladivostok, Russia, before returning to Laem Chabang, Thailand. In the past two months, carriers have announced several new trans-Pacific services to North America’s Pacific Coast that do not call at Los Angeles nor Long Beach. Wan Hai Lines in mid-March will double its current two trans-Pacific strings to four, including a new Pacific Northwest service from North Asia to Seattle and Oakland that will omit Southern California entirely. CMA CGM launched its Golden Gate Bridge service (a restructuring of the carrier’s former SeaPriority Express service) with a rotation of Yantian, Oakland, Seattle, Shanghai, and Yantian. And Mediterranean Shipping Co. in December started its Chinook service with a rotation of Yantian, Shanghai, Busan, Vancouver, and Yantian. The executive directors of Oakland and the NWSA told JOC.com in early February that carriers are in advanced stages of planning additional services to their ports.

?/strong>Massive Ships in Queue?/strong>

That’s not surprising considering there’s still a massive ship queue in Southern California, with the number of ships in the queue outpacing the number of ships at berth for all but six days between January and Feb. 15, although the margin has been narrowing in recent days, according to the Marine Exchange of Southern California. For example, on Feb. 15, there were 32 container ships at anchor awaiting berthing space. Terminal operators say near-record container volumes will continue well into the spring, but the backlogs of vessels in the harbor and laden inbound containers on the terminals should dissipate sometime between April and June. Managers of SSA Marine, Yusen Terminals, and Fenix Marine say two pending developments are necessary in order to decongest the ports. COVID-19 vaccine distribution must take place.
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indonesia_rubber_container_schedule become widespread among longshore workers, dissipating recent labor shortages. A modest drop in container volumes during the Lunar New Year holidays this month should also allow marine terminals to move the backlog of laden import containers from their facilities. “Terminals are full. There’s nowhere to put the containers. We’re 35 percent below what we normally do on deliveries [to truckers],?Ed DeNike, president of SSA Containers, told JOC.com.

?/strong>Stressed but not broken?/strong>

Although the Asia import surge has overwhelmed the LA–Long Beach port complex.  Most imports are flowing relatively smoothly through the other busiest container gateways. A mild winter and a catch-up in cargo handling in recent months.  This is now keeping cargo flowing through British Columbia ports.  It is a boon not just for Canadian shippers but for those US shippers importing cargo through Prince Rupert and Vancouver. In a Feb. 15 advisory, however, Hapag-Lloyd warned customers of slowing cargo flow through both ports.  It would require the Canadian National Railway and Canadian Pacific Railway to run shorter trains. As a result, limiting the amount of cargo that can be removed from terminals. There is also a risk of disruption in Eastern Canada, as the truce between Montreal waterfront employers and longshore workers expires March 20.  Also shippers have already begun diverting cargo. In case the Maritime Employers Association (MEA) and Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) don’t agree to a new contract.  They also didn’t extend the truce by March 21, shippers moving goods not destined for.  Or originating from Montreal can route through the ports of Halifax, Saint John, and New York and New Jersey. Cargo flow through the Port of New York and New Jersey is improving after average container dwell times at marine terminals.  Most of this happens in late fall and early winter rose to 10 to 11 days.  A rate approximately double that seen during normal times, said Sam Ruda, port director at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ). In a Feb. 3 interview, Ruda said he was optimistic that marine terminals would be able to catch up.  Mostly, after a snowstorm closed most marine terminals for just a day. The winter storm this week, however, has forced the closure of some NY-NJ terminals.

?/strong>Coordination?/strong>

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Coordination among marine terminals, truckers, and longshore labor.  Furthermore, along with extended gate hours and weekend shifts.  This has helped manage the surge, leaving the system “stressed but not broken,?said Beth Rooney, PANYNJ’s deputy port director. The return of empty containers remains a challenge. But Ruda expects ad hoc “extra loader?vessels scheduled to call the port in February and March to help marine terminals clear the equipment.

The Asia import surge has also tested Savannah, the second-largest East Coast port. The Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) says cargo flow is improving after some issues in January.  This is when import volumes were more than 20 percent higher than a year ago as retailers restocked inventories and shifted goods away from congested Southern California supply chains.

While the record surge in volumes bumped up average container dwell times in Savannah to nearly six days. It expanded to 24 to 48 hours longer than typical for January or February.  The GPA said it is working around the clock to move the cargo as quickly as possible and communicating with cargo owners to help resolve any supply chain problems. Eight to 11 vessels were anchored outside Savannah’s harbor in mid-January.  But that total had fallen to four in mid-February, the GPA said. “We’re running at a rate that is about 1 million more TEU than we had last fiscal year,?said GPA CEO Griff Lynch. “We’re doing everything we can to keep pace with that.  But clearly no one’s built to absorb that kind of growth year over year without some kind of challenges.?/p>

?/strong>Fully Booked?/strong>

The current market is still picking up as some customer.  This comes back to work later than usual. Now we are booking space on the 2nd week of March schedule. Schedule is still not stable. Also equipment supply is still having problems.  Furthermore, we expect this situation will be continued at least for three months.  Especially USEC space will be very tight. It may be easier to get FAK space for USWC now. But will still be difficult for USEC and PNW.  Therefore premium rate and svc will be continued. And also a premium surcharge will be maintained in this month.  Not much changes, and is only possible that equipment and space may be better in April.

   

–       Current Space status in China from WK09 to WK11:

CPRC:  

–       Shanghai-the space is still super tight, bookings already overbooked till the end of March. The space for PNW & USEC & Toronto is terrible, due to shipments omit call Shanghai and vessel schedule delay.

–       Ningbo-around 80% factories resume production, the space are fully booked till the mid of March, especially for USEC&GULF.

–       Nanjing– the space has fully booked till the mid of March, generally speaking the space is still tight for all carriers

 

NPRC:

–       Qingdao– The space has been fully booked till the mid of March especially for USEC&PNW .

–       Dalian ?/span> around 60-70% factories resume production. the space for PNW&USEC is still tight, due to vessel omit call Dalian.

–       Tianjin ?/span>the space pressure has eased a lot due to CNY holiday. Current only USEC space is tight.

–       Yantian/Hong Kong: the space are booked till the mid of March. The space is still super tight, especially for USEC&PNW.

–       Nansha– the space are booked till the mid of March. The situation of equipment shortage has some improvement, due to CNY holiday but Pearl River Delta is still facing serious 40HQ shortage.  

–       Fujian: Fuzhou– the for USEC&PNW is full as well. the space  are booked till the mid of March.

–       Xiamen– the space  are booked till the mid of March, the for PNW is full as well.

–       Taiwan: the space has fully booked till the mid of March. ZIM/YML/CMA/HMM/MSK is facing serious equipment shortage for all type container

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Their Journey: Diversity breeds success for Coi Rubber

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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 the supplier of custom molded, extruded and rubber-to-metal products, leading to growth for the City of Industry-based company.

Edward Casillas is the VP of Sales.  He has seen a large reason of the success for the firm.  He said as managers, they see the staff as a diverse group of people who come from a wide variety of backgrounds, with economic, cultural and language differences. “That really allows us to be a melting pot of all these different life experiences to really hone in and define solutions for our existing customers and for potential customers,” he said. “We really have a unique take on the rubber industry.”
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Coi Rubber—led by president and co-founder David Chao—doesn’t do any manufacturing in California. Its corporate office and distribution center are located 15 minutes east of downtown Los Angeles, along with a sister company that makes durable medical equipment. Production is at the company’s factory in Anhui Wuhu, China.

Coi currently employs about 15 people in California, down some because of COVID-19, while the manufacturing site in China has a staff of about 450.

Past Year

During this tumultuous past year with the coronavirus pandemic impacting business all over the globe, Casillas said many in the industry are looking for a stable supply chain now more than ever. And he believes Coi Rubber, because it is so lean, can be more agile than many of its larger competitors. “We have individuals who come from different backgrounds with different experiences,” he said. “That allows us to make more strategic decisions in a more efficient manner. We have a lot of different brains of different calibers who really give us good ideas tackling tough subjects.” Those include ways to engineer better-performing compounds while keeping costs stable for customers, or looking to solve quality issues. “We really find talent,” he said. “I think every employer has a difficult time doing so, but perhaps the answer is we are very fortunate perhaps because we tap into a pool that other companies don’t tap into.”
Casillas quips that the diverse talent at Coi Rubber covers “at least several continents.” In California there are Hispanics and Latinos, but the firm also boasts Americans, Mexican Americans and Vietnamese Americans. There even are two with European backgrounds.

Casillas’ Family

Casillas’ family immigrated from Mexico, and he is the first generation born in the U.S. But he also was partly raised in Mexico as a child, then moved back to the U.S. when he was about six.
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“From that point forward, I was fortunate enough to start absorbing American culture,” he said. “It really allowed me to have both cultures. I proudly say I am American Mexican, being that I had both cultures and grew up being exposed to both.” That background, he said, has helped his career at Coi Rubber. While minorities sometimes have access to financial aid for schooling, they also can have the “very real and practical advantage of having a second language.” “In this case, I spearhead a lot of the Mexican accounts,” Casillas said. “There is a lot of automotive manufacturing in Mexico. That allows me to have the advantage of speaking fluent Spanish, and I can also relate to the customer in this case. It’s not just language, but really developing that business-to-business relationship that is needed in contract manufacturing.” Benefits of being certified Coi Rubber is certified as a minority-owned business by the Southern California Minority Supplier Development Council, and that brings with it tangible benefits, according to Casillas. That is particularly helpful when dealing with large, global conglomerates that need to allocate a certain amount of their contracts to minority businesses. “Without that certificate, we wouldn’t have as many doors open for us,” he said. “But we still have to perform.”

Tier 1 Automotive Supplier

One Tier 1 automotive supplier that has been particularly important to Coi Rubber is Japan’s Aisin Seiki Co. Ltd. The supplier to Toyota, Honda and other OEMs is one of Coi’s largest customers.

“Their plants in Mexico really have groomed us to be a valuable supplier to them,” Casillas said. “They really have allowed us to grow and develop business with them. I think them being a minority-origin company along with us being a minority-owned business was the perfect fit.” Stanley Black & Decker Inc. has a structured diversity program for its suppliers, and Coi has had a growing relationship with the firm over the past decade-plus. In 2019 Coi received the firm’s Outstanding Diverse Vendor Award.

“They really honed in with making us feel welcome, down to their day-to-day operations and individual contact with our team, up to their upper management and purchasing,” Casillas said. “They really welcomed us and encouraged and groomed us to find ways of becoming a supplier to them, and a valuable one at that.”c c??c ? g tr?c ti?pLin k?t ??ng nh?p

Coi Rubber VP of Sales

The Coi Rubber VP of Sales said all organizations can benefit from expanding their target pool when it comes to hiring. “There is a lot more viable talent out there that perhaps other organizations are not utilizing through their hiring needs or hiring platforms,” he said. He said Coi didn’t necessarily set out to have as diverse a work force as it has, but by being an equal opportunity employer, it just ended up that way.
“I will say perhaps we have the advantage of being in the state of California—and specifically in Los Angeles County—where the county and the city itself are considered a melting pot to the rest of the nation,” Casillas said.

Their Journey_ Diversity breeds success for Coi Rubber

Written by Bruce Meyer

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Transfer Molded Rubber Parts Market Share and SWOT Analysis: Stern Rubber Company, Qualiform, MES, REDCO

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Rubber as a conductor As a conductor rubber are poor conduits of electricity hence the reason you see electricians wear rubber gloves when they are working with electric wires. This does not guarantee that the person does not get electrocuted because if there is strong enough of voltage then that object may still conduct electricity such as power lines. Another method that rubber becomes a conductor is if the rubber material gets wet and may pose a risk to the person touching the wet rubber.  In addition, if you have a rubber that has additives such as carbon or metallic additives mixed with it then it may have electrical properties.

Example of a conductive additive that is extremely additive is single-wall carbon nanotubes. Single wall carbon nanotubes are known to be a nanofiller with properties such as 6 orders of magnitudes higher than copper and high current carrying capacity making SWCTN’s a remarkable source for electrical conductivity. Single wall carbon nanotubes  can also provide the advantage of improving elastomer properties such as tensile strength, making the material able to withstand heavier mechanical loads according to research from Nanowerk(//www.nanowerk.com/nanotechnology-news/newsid=39408.php).

What is Conductive Rubber?

Definition: Conductive Rubber is a generic term referring to any rubberized material with conductive properties which reduce or eliminate the EMI/RFI (electromagnetic interference and radio frequency interference) “noise?that is often associated with electronics.

Multicon (oriented wire in either sponge or solid silicone) Conductive Silicone (metallized filled silicones), and Radthin (wire screen imbedded into silicone). Each material is unique in its construction as well as its performance. Please see product description below for more detail.

Multicon Material:

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  Multicon material is one of the most prevalently used forms of conductive rubber today. It’s a combination of silicone and conductive wire paths which provides a superior environmental seal while providing EMI/RFI shielding to frequencies up to 6 GHz. Multicon is offered in either solid or sponge silicone with either monel or aluminum wires for conductivity. The conductive wires are dispersed throughout the width of the material to provide great protection against EMI/RFI contamination. It’s constructed in such a way that when pressure is applied to the gasket, hundreds of sharp wire ends become exposed making electrical contact with mounting surfaces. Multicon can be provided in a wide range of thicknesses and widths to meet the needs of a specific application, or the material can be die-cut to meet various configurations.  

Conductive Elastomer:

Another widely popular form of Conductive Rubber is Conductive Elastomer. Like Multicon, Conductive Elastomer can be die-cut to form a flat gasket but one of the large differences from other materials is that Conductive Elastomer can also be provided in a variety of different extruded profiles. See Figure #1

MIL-DTL-83528  and Commercial Conductive Metallized Filled Silicone Elastomers:

  • Sheets
  • Rectangular Profiles
  • Standard “D?Shapes
  • Standard Rounds
  • Custom Configurations
Military Grade / Standard Silicone
Military Grade / Fluorosilicone
Military Grade / EPDM
Military Grade / Fluoroelastomer Co-Polymer
Military Grade / Combination: Conductive / Non-conductive
Commercial Grade / Standard Silicone
Commercial Grade / Fluorosilicone

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the base rubber is usually comprised of compounds such as silicone, fluorosilicone, or EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer).  For example, silicone is used for general weather sealing and high temperatures to 400 deg. F.  Fluorosilicone is used for applications where exposure to jet fuel, gasoline, and alcohols are present. EPDM is used for applications where exposure to coolants, steam, phosphate ester, or where supertropical Bleach (STB) is used.

After choosing a specific rubber suited for the intended environment, a conductive filler must be determined. Some of the most common conductive metal fillers used are silver aluminum, silver glass, silver copper, and nickel graphite.

 

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About the Trade War

Recent “trade war” talks in American politics have resulted in President Trump electing to impose tariffs on import goods worth an estimated $200 billion from China. At a minimum of 10% import tax rate starting on September 18, 2018, goods such as molding and processing machines for rubber, natural rubber, chloroprene rubber, isoprene rubber, and many other types of rubber  parts and products have been included in the newly approved tariffs. Additionally, this rate will yet again significantly increase starting on Jan 1, 2019 to a tariff rate of 25% on these imported goods.

This move by the Trump administration will likely result in U.S. manufacturers moving their China-manufactured parts and products to other low-cost manufacturing countries in order to meet consumer price demands. To stay afloat on both global and national markets, corporations will look for ways to protect their margins by avoiding paying hefty tariff bills. The costly price of building manufacturing infrastructure in the U.S. means corporations will now turn their eyes toward other countries hungry to entice U.S. manufacturing and jobs to their country.

Rubber in Vietnam

Reportedly, many companies are already beginning to look to relocate manufacturing to China’s close neighbor, Vietnam. The global news magazine, Foreign Policy, reports that Goertek, a Chinese company known for supplying Apple Air Pods have already begun relocating their machines to Vietnam. Goertek looks to escape the tariffs by manufacturing in Vietnam instead, as talks between U.S. President Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping continued on November 1st, 2018.

Coi Rubber’s President, David Chao, has said that he too had already been considering offshoring manufacturing to other countries near China prior to the trade war talks. The passage of recent tariff laws only solidified Mr. Chao’s decision to relocate their China based factory to other competitive countries to escape unreasonable tariff costs and maintain the company’s global expansion trajectory. Coi Rubber will continue to operate their three factories in China but will make Vietnam their primary factory. Although the tariffs may impact many manufacturers initially, Mr. Chao sees this as an opportunity to invest in Coi Rubber’s future by building their 4th factory in Vietnam, thereby allowing them to save costs in not only tariffs but in labor costs as well.

Trade War Effect on the Rubber Industry in Vietnam

Rubber in Vietnam has been a stable industry as they ranked 3rd as a global exporter for rubber in 2017 (Source: Voice of Vietnam). Despite the country’s relatively small population of 96 million people, Vietnam was able to rake in $2.3 billion after exporting 1.4 million tons of natural rubber. Vietnam’s mark in the rubber industry is just beginning as the trade war between the United States and China continues creating new opportunities for Vietnam to expand their role in the industry. Trade war talks will affect the export rate of Vietnam with China, constituting 60% of Vietnam’s total import in rubber.

President Trump believed the new tariff laws would lead to more jobs in the U.S by forcing companies to move manufacturing to the U.S. instead of China. However, the plan has proven to be ineffective as many rubber manufacturers, including Coi Rubber, must look to relocate from China to countries such as Vietnam to stay competitive. By relocating to other countries, Coi Rubber is projected to reduce their production costs by 25%, as the tariff rate will increase to 25% by 2019.  Coi Rubber will also benefit in labor costs, as the average monthly minimum wage in China is $350 compared to $170 for Vietnam according to Trading Economics.

Cost Savings in Rubber

By being able to save costs in labor and tariff bills, Coi Rubber can offer the same or better pricing in Vietnam compared to their China factories’s manufacturing costs. Coi Rubber will also continue to be able to maintain fast production lead time since Vietnam is a close neighbor of China. This allows Coi Rubber to buy and transport low priced materials to Vietnam from China without delay. Altogether, these advantages make Vietnam a lucrative location for Coi Rubber and other manufacturers to which to relocate rendering the Trump administration’s plan ultimately ineffective.

About Coi Rubber

Coi Rubber Products, Inc. is a custom manufacturer of molded rubber and plastic components with locations in US, China, and Mexico. Coi Rubber has over 28 years of experience in Engineering, Design, Compounding, Prototyping, and Production of molded rubber and plastics. We provide large scale production and engineering support to the Automotive, Industrial, Agriculture, Appliance, HVAC industries, and many more.

Coi Rubber Products is an IATF 16949:2016 certified and MBE manufacturing company based in the US. Quality and documentation is guaranteed with every order at Coi Rubber. Value-added services at Coi Rubber include FOB shipping to our Los Angeles headquarters and distribution center, US-based customer service and engineering support, and factory-direct prices from our American-owned and managed manufacturing facilities in China.  

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What You Need (to Get a Quote for Rubber) Here are the most basic information you need to get a quote for a rubber project:
    1. Engineering Drawing
    2. Material
    3. Estimated Annual Usage

The engineering drawing can be a 2D print or a 3D data file. The material, color, test standards, tolerances, and all key characteristics should be clearly identified within the drawing.

All material call-outs for rubber must include a hardness specification. As you might have noticed, rubber can come in a variety of types from Natural Rubber, SBR, EPDM, to Silicone; and with hardness ranging from hard, medium, soft, to sponge and foam depending on the application required of the part. Take a look at our rubber durometer chart for a list of rubber hardness ratings.

Example

An example of a simple rubber material call-out is “EPDM Rubber 60 +/- 5 Shore A” seen in an engineering drawing sent for a quote for rubber. For more complex material requirements, an ASTM line call-out is typically used.

An estimated annual usage, or EAU, is the quantity of that part you project to purchase within a year. The manufacturer needs this information quote a tool size and design capable of meeting the projected production output.  

“No Quote” or High Pricing – Why Did This Happen?

Sometimes you took all the right steps, but you still received a “No Quote” from the manufacturer on your project. Why did this happen? Your first step is to ask the manufacturer. The most common reasons are missing or discrepant information from the above, broken CAD files, or low production EAU. Ask your engineering team to review specifications of the drawing to determine if certain high tolerances, obscure test requirements, or proprietary material brands are truly necessary.  

About Coi Rubber Products

Coi Rubber Products, Inc. is a custom manufacturer of molded rubber and plastic components. Coi Rubber has over 28 years of experience in Engineering, Design, Compounding, Prototyping, and Production of molded rubber and plastics. Our capabilities include custom compounding, injection molding, compression molding, transfer molding, extrusions, rubber-to-metal bonding, insert over-molding, and more. We provide large scale production and engineering support to the Automotive, Industrial, Agriculture, Appliance, HVAC industries, and many more. Coi Rubber is IATF 16949:2016 and MBE certified.    

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Neoprene vs natural rubber

Neoprene vs natural rubber is a topic that often appears when comparing two types of rubber. NBR is more popular compared to natural rubber when it comes to gaskets because of its unique characteristics. Neoprene is also found to be common in other applications such as wetsuits, laptop sleeves, and wrist braces. Furthermore, neoprene can provide resistance to oil and grease which is an advantage that neoprene has over natural rubber. Neoprene played a critical role during WW2 because of the limited access to natural rubber. Despite the limited access to natural rubber, militaries were able to still produce vehicles and war machines using neoprene as gaskets and seals. Neoprene provided more suitable characteristics for specific applications in the automotive industry compared to natural rubber.

 

NBR vs Natural Rubber

The main characteristics that allowed Neoprene to shine over natural were their resistances to oil and grease. These characteristics alone allowed neoprene to excel over natural rubber in critical automotive applications, because natural rubber does not provide resistance to oil and grease as well as Neoprene. Neoprene rubber is also known to have a better temperature tolerance making it a critical synthetic rubber during WW2. This allowed neoprene to be placed near engines compared to natural rubber which could not withstand temperatures of 200°F and above. Natural rubber would remain unstable at extreme temperatures. Using natural rubber will result in a shorter lifespan for the part. Neoprene also has good compressibility making it an efficient material for insulation and keeping liquids contained. If you are looking to manufacture automotive parts, you should consider if your application calls for the use of Neoprene over natural rubber. Neoprene can survive in outdoor conditions longer compared to natural rubber because of its resistant to ozone and oxidation. This allows Neoprene to not be worn out and cracked when exposed to an outside environment. The biggest disadvantage of Neoprene, however, is the relatively higher cost of the material. Another concern of Neoprene that may affect performance in a few applications is the material’s poor resistance to strong acids.  However, this concern would be unlikely to affect most usages in automotive applications, as the main acid that most rubber might encounter is weak acid from the rain. Despite its higher pricing of Neoprene vs natural rubber, Neoprene is shown to be a major player in the automotive industry with its unique characteristics. These characteristics allowed Neoprene to achieve success in the industry when it outshined natural rubber in the 1920s.  

About Coi Rubber Products

Coi Rubber Products, Inc. is a custom manufacturer of molded rubber and plastic components. Coi Rubber has over 28 years of experience in Engineering, Design, Compounding, Prototyping, and Production of molded rubber and plastics. Our capabilities include custom compounding, injection molding, compression molding, transfer molding, extrusions, rubber-to-metal bonding, insert over-molding, and more. We provide large scale production and engineering support to the Automotive, Industrial, Agriculture, Appliance, HVAC industries, and many more. Coi Rubber is IATF 16949:2016 and MBE certified.    

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What are the differences between natural rubber vs synthetic rubber? Natural rubber is produced naturally from the native Brazilian plant Hevea brasiliensis. Synthetic rubber is artificially produced from a variety of polymers which provides the rubber its properties. The most commonly referred to synthetic rubber is synthetic polyisoprene (abbreviated IR), created as a synthetic alternative to natural rubber. As such, natural rubber and synthetic polyisoprene share many similarities in physical properties.

Natural Rubber vs Synthetic Rubber

Both natural rubber and synthetic rubber (IR) have high tear resistance, good low temperature flexibility, and high tensile strength. An advantage natural rubber has over synthetic rubber is that natural rubber has higher tensile strength, higher tear resistance, and low odor compared to IR. Special properties can also be found in other synthetic rubbers besides IR. These can include chemical resistances, fluid resistances, ozone resistances, electrical resistances, and more. In addition, synthetic rubbers can have excellent heat resistance, lower temperature resistance, and heat aging improvements. Another consideration for choosing between natural rubber vs synthetic rubber is that natural rubber contains natural proteins which may cause allergic reactions when in placed in contact with human skin for prolonged periods. Despite these differences between natural rubber and synthetic rubber, both natural rubber and synthetic rubber are in high demand by manufacturers due to their low costs and satisfactory performance for most applications. According to Statista, there were 15,189 thousand metric tons of synthetic rubber and 13,225 thousand metric tons of natural rubber globally consumed in 2017. Indeed, although synthetic rubbers can provide a myriad of property improvements not found in natural rubber, natural rubber is still valued for its high performance and low cost.

 

About Coi Rubber Products

Coi Rubber Products, Inc. is a custom manufacturer of molded rubber and plastic components. Coi Rubber has over 28 years of experience in Engineering, Design, Compounding, Prototyping, and Production of molded rubber and plastics. Our capabilities include custom compounding, injection molding, compression molding, transfer molding, extrusions, rubber-to-metal bonding, insert over-molding, and more. We provide large scale production and engineering support to the Automotive, Industrial, Agriculture, Appliance, HVAC industries, and many more. Coi Rubber is IATF 16949:2016 and MBE certified.  

 

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