Date: July 19-July 20, 2018 Venue: shandong, qingdaoshi

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The 5th Global Green Tire Technology Summit 2018

The Global Green Tire Technology Summit is an international technical seminar focusing on vehicle matching and green tire performance. Topics like vehicle tire matching, high-performance tire materials and processes and new concepts of tire design will be discussed at this meeting. It will explore the latest achievements and development prospects of the tire industry. Over the past four years, our conference has received the support from over 300 tire enterprises such as Nexen, Michelin, Giti, Pirelli, Bridgestone, Goodyear, Cooper, Double-Coin, Triangle, ZC Rubber, Sumitomo Rubber, Linglong Tires, Aeolus Tires, Shandong Yongtai, Xingyuan Tires, Jinyu Tires, Bayi Tires, Innova Tires, Guizhou Tires, Fengyuan Tires, Southern China Tire & Rubber, Doublestar, etc. At the beginning of 2018, China Rubber Industry Association organized the formulation of the Technical Specification for Green-Design Product Assessment – Automobile Tire and began to seek public opinion on it. The green tire industry is facing new changes. To promote the tire industry’s transformation and upgrading, Enmore will hold the 5th Global Green Tire Technology Summit during July 19th-20th, 2018. This event consists of two parallel forums: Green Tire Development and Material Application, and Tire and Vehicle Performance Matching and Testing. We will invite local and overseas OEMs, tire manufacturers, raw material suppliers, research institutions and third-party companies to explore the future of the industry.

Why attend?

General Forum: Tire Market Policy and High-Performance Tire Development Process Focus

Parallel Forum A: Green Tire Development and Material Application

Parallel Forum B: Tire and Vehicle Performance Matching and Testing

Field Trip: A Visit to A Leading Chinese Tire Manufacturing Factory

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