Japan Rubber Hose Manufacturers Association

Rubber Hose Production Down 3.4% in First Half, Falls Below 17,000 Tons

According to figures compiled by the Japan Rubber Hose Manufacturers Association, production of rubber hoses for the first half of 2016 (January-June) fell 3.4 percent over the previous year to 16,968 tons, calculated according to the volume of new rubber produced. The value of rubber hoses shipped over the same period was down 2.6 percent year-on-year to 66.063 billion yen...

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Rubber Hose Production and Shipping Down for May, Declining Two Months in a Row

Combined rubber hose production (new rubber) for May was 2,446 tons, a 6.6 percent decrease over previous years, while shipping revenue for the month dropped 2.6 percent to 9.8 billion yen ($96 million), according to records collated by the Japan Rubber Hose Manufacturers Association based on statistics from the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI). Both production and shipping...

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With Industry Demand Down, Rubber Hose Production for April Drops 6%

Both production volume and shipment value of rubber hoses was down year on year for the month of April, according to records collated by the Japan Rubber Hose Manufacturers Association. Based on statistics from Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, the records reveal that production volume of hoses for April was 2,700 tons in terms of new-rubber volume, which...

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