Rubber Belt Production Falls Below 30,000 Tons—First Time in 5 Years

Japanese rubber belt production in 2015 was around 29,000 tons, marking a 6-percent year-on-year drop to below the 30,000-ton level for the first time in five years, according to statistics compiled by the Japan Belting Manufacturers’ Association. Domestic demand held to only a small three-percent decline, but export demand decreased steeply by 15 percent.

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