Green Tire Industry

- Dec 24, 2018-

Recently, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology publicized the 2018 industry transfer guidance


The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology said that the transfer of the catalogue was made to promote the transformation and upgrading of China's industry.

Tire World Network was informed that the priority identified this development industry, including green tires, recycling of used tires, and various tire raw materials industries.

Green has become the main development direction Among them, several cities in Hunan Province, Sichuan Province and Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region have become the regions that prioritize the development of green tire industry. Green tires are based on the non-polluting environment, which requires “green” to run through the entire life cycle of the product.


In this regard, industry insiders said that the tire companies in the above three regions will be in line with the industry trends determined by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, taking green environmental protection as the main development direction.

Related industry transfer

It is also mentioned in the transfer catalogue that several cities in Hebei Province and Liaoning Province give priority to the development of waste tire recycling industry.

The tire raw material industries such as ethylene propylene rubber, isoprene rubber, butyl rubber, natural rubber, and rubber additives have become the focus of attention in some regions.


In addition, in the above catalogue, the list of regions that no longer undertake and gradually withdraw from the industry also involves the tire industry. 

It is understood that Beijing no longer undertakes the rubber products industry;

Shanghai's bicycle tires and motorcycle tires are hand-engraved and vulcanized mold industry, which has become the object of adjustment and withdrawal;

Many cities in Hebei Province will also withdraw from the rubber products industry, except for aerospace, military and other supporting special rubber industries.