The 4th Global Tire Tech Forum

08 May 2017 | Source from China Rubber Web

Theme: Green, Intelligent, Innovation and Sharing




The 4th Global Tire Tech Forum (GTTF) will be held in Yantai City, Shandong Province from June 14-16, 2017, with the theme of “Green, Intelligent, Innovation and Sharing”. It is expected that over 300 professionals from nearly 10 countries and regions will attend the forum, who respectively come from upstream and downstream tire-related enterprises such as tires, machineries and moulds, carbon black, chemicals, framework materials, test equipment as well as government, industry associations, etc.


The first GTTF was held in Hangzhou in 2014, which got collaborative support from associations of major tire producing countries like the EU, America, South Korea, Japan, India, etc. In 2015, the second GTTF was held in Dalian. At the same time, China Rubber Industry Association (CRIA) launched “China Tire Safety Week (CTSW)”, a large public benefit activity, for the first time and carried out overall publicity and implementation in cities such as Shanghai, Dalian, etc. In 2016, the third GTTF was held in Qingdao. By cooperating with Int’l Seminar on Elastomers (ISE), it became a completely international high-end forum. A total of 94 speakers from 15 countries gave speeches on the first three editions, and guest interviews were carried out on different themes on each forum.


In the corresponding period, CRIA will continue to hold the large public benefit activity of “China Tire Safety Week” and carry out all-round publicity and implementation in cities such as Beijing, Shanghai, Yantai, etc. As the co-organizer of this activity, Shandong Linglong Tire Co., Ltd. will exclusively undertake the Road Show of CTSW from June 10-11 in Yantai.




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