Tehran to Host Tire and Rubber Expo
Tehran to Host Tire and Rubber Expo

Tehran to Host Tire and Rubber Expo

Tehran to Host Tire and Rubber Expo

The First International Exhibition of Tire and Rubber Supply will be held at the Olympic Hotel in Tehran from Jan. 9-11.  The event is sponsored jointly by the Ministry of Industries, Iran Tire Industry Association and Iran Standards and Quality Inspection Company, local automotive website Donyaye Khodro reported. More than 70 local and international tire and rubber producers, suppliers and tire machinery manufacturers will participate. According to the website, firms from China and South Korea, as two main foreign tire suppliers to Iran, will be in attendance. The list of participants has not been published yet. Forums and conferences are also on the itinerary during which managers and engineers from the participating companies will speak about their latest businesses developments and future vision and will welcome suggestions. Those interested can refer to the website iranpolymer.com.


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