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JSR Posts Increase to Revenues, Profits on Back of Robust Sales for S-SBR

Synthetic rubber manufacturer JSR Corp. (TYO:4185) has posted sales of 376.55 billion yen ($3.43 billion) for the first nine months of fiscal 2018, representing growth of 20.1 percent over the same period last year. Meanwhile, the company’s operating profit was up 2.1 percent year-on-year to 37.95 billion yen, with its net profit for the period increasing 0.2 percent to 27.72...

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Global Clients Need Global Supply Chains: JSR President Mitsunobu Koshiba

JSR Corp. (TYO:4185) has, for the first time since its founding, restructured its business according to applications, said President Mitsunobu Koshiba during a recent talk with Japan Rubber Weekly. In addition to other steps, this included the establishment of a Tire Materials Department in June 2016. With its history of starting synthetic rubber production as a statutory company, he said...

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JSR Eyes to Strengthen Global S–SBR Promotion

Japan’s largest manufacturer of synthetic rubber, JSR Corp. (TYO:4185), is doing well with its solution styrene butadiene rubber (S–SBR) for fuel-efficient tires. The company has increased sales of S–SBR for eco tires by just short of 120 percent over that of the previous term. Such sales expansion has been a point of focus for the company, coming amid a dip...

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