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Assessment of Indonesia's Rubber Industry Analysis 2015

January 2016 | 40 pages | ID: M6B676176E2EN
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Executive Summary

The global market is currently in its fourth year of surplus of natural rubber. The excess supply situation has caused stocks to pile high and prices are falling steadily. It is expected that global surplus by the year 2020 will be approximately 1 million tons of natural rubber and 3 million tons of synthetic rubber.World demand for natural rubber, which is primarily used to manufacture tires, is cooling down due to the economic downturn in China.

Asia accounts for 93% of the world natural rubber production with Thailand being the largest producer followed by Indonesia and Vietnam. Other large rubber producers in the region include India, China and Malaysia.

China is the world’s largest consumer of natural rubber followed by India and the United States. Increasing consumption of tyres and industrial rubber products is expected to boost the global demand for natural rubbers. Indonesia is the second largest rubber producer globally behind Thailand. While the industry is faced with challenges such as low production and poor infrastructure, growing rubber demand from developing economies is expected to boost the market in 2015.

Indonesia is the second largest natural rubber producer globally. The industry is currently experiencing oversupply with demand having slowed down particularly from China which is the largest buyer of rubber in the world. Sumatra is the key natural rubber producing area in Indonesia accounting for two-thirds of the rubber latex harvested followed by Kalimantan, Sulawesi and Java. 85% of the rubber producers are smallholders and they contribute 81% to the national output. Actively supporting the sector, the International Rubber Consortium, which is a body representing rubber producers Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia, has recently recommended the commodity not be sold at the current low prices.

Why should the report be purchased?

The report ‘Assessment of Indonesia's Rubber Industry Analysis 2015’highlights key dynamics ofIndonesia's rubber sector. The potential of the sector has been investigated along with key challenges.The current market scenario and future prospects of the sector has also been studied. The report contains profiles of key players including Bridgestone Corp, Michelin, Goodyear, Continental A.G. and Sumitomo Rubber Industries Ltd.The report contains latest verbatim of industry experts.

Research methodology and delivery time

Smart Research Insights has conducted in depth secondary research to arrive at key insights. Data collected from key public industry sources and publications has been scanned and analyzed impartially to present a clear picture of the industry. All recent developments which impact the sector dynamics have been captured and used to support the research hypothesis.

The report is available as single-site single-user license and the delivery time for the electronic version of the report is 2 business days. The dispatch time for hard copies is 3 business days, as each hard copy is custom printed for the client.

About Smart Research Insights (SRI)

SRI is a research organization specializing in industry research reports and custom research. Our team of dedicated researchers with rich experience across industry segments focuses on delivering high quality analysis. Undertaking in-depth secondary research we arrive at key insights, which are supported by data that has been analyzed impartially to present a clear picture of the industry. All recent developments and industry opinions which impact the sector dynamics are captured and used to support the research hypothesis.

1.1 Overview
1.2 Market Statistics & Performance
1.3 Drivers
1.4 Challenges
1.5 Outlook


2.1 Overview
2.2 Market Statistics
  2.2.1 Production
  2.2.2 Consumption
  2.2.3 Export
2.3 Indonesia Rubber Gloves Industry
2.4 Drivers
2.5 Challenges
2.6 Outlook


3.1 Bridgestone Corp
3.2 Michelin
3.3 Goodyear
3.4 Continental A.G.
3.5 Sumitomo Rubber Industries Ltd.


4.1 World Rubber Production (2004-2014, ‘000 tonnes)
4.2 World Rubber Consumption (2004-2014, ‘000 tonnes)
4.3 Country Wise Largest Natural Rubber Consumers (2013, ‘000 tonnes)
4.4 Country Wise Largest Natural Rubber Consumers (2013, ‘000 tonnes)
4.5 World’s Largest Exporters of Natural Rubber 2014
4.6 Indonesia Natural Rubber Production (2009-2014, 000 tonnes)
4.7 Indonesia Rubber Export (2010-2015E, million tonnes)



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