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Interview: JSR President & COO Nobuo Kawahashi Discusses Future of Elastomers Business

JSR Corp. (TYO:4185) is facing a number of questions regarding the future of its elastomers business as the company finds success with new business ventures. Nobuo Kawahashi, who was inaugurated last June as president and COO of JSR, recently took some time out of his schedule to talk with Japan Rubber Weekly about the performance and direction of this elastomers...

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JSR Launches New SBR Material With Major Improvements to Strength, Wear Resistance, Durability

JSR Corp. (TYO:4185) has developed and launched a new styrene–butadiene rubber (SBR) material that offers significant improvements to strength, wear resistance and durability. The company is marketing this SBR for use in tires, and is producing the material using the solution polymerization method at its Yokkaichi Plant in Mie Prefecture. In applications for fuel-efficient tires, this new SBR is able...

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Zeon Achieves Growth to S-SBR Sales, Expects to Hit Capacity in 2020

Zeon Corp. (TYO:4205) is seeing strong sales growth with its business for solution-polymerized styrene–butadiene rubber (S-SBR), recording year-on-year growth of 9 percent to its sales here for fiscal 2018. Going forward, the expectation is that this same level of growth will continue – and if it does, the company will likely have both its production and its sales of S-SBR...

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JSR Begins Trial Operations at New S-SBR Plant in Hungary

JSR Corp. (TYO:4185) has been working to construct a new plant in Hungary for the production of solution-polymerized styrene–butadiene rubber (S-SBR), managing this through joint venture JSR MOL Synthetic Rubber Ltd. Late April saw the JV complete construction work and move into trial operations. JSR MOL Synthetic Rubber is owned 51 percent by JSR and 49 percent by local firm...

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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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JSR Director Koichi Kawasaki Outlays Goals, Results Targets for 2019

JSR Corp. (TYO:4185) is intending to pursue its various goals for fiscal 2019 in a steady manner while achieving results, says Koichi Kawasaki, a representative director and managing officer. While external conditions for the year are difficult to predict, the first point of call, he said, will be in making efforts to get Hungarian operations up and running for solution-polymerized...

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