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Notch Publishes New Report on Insoluble Sulfur

Notch Consulting Group has just published a new report covering the global market for insoluble sulfur, a non-blooming vulcanizing agent used in rubber compounding, mainly in components requiring a high degree of stickiness or tack, including radial tires, belting, and hoses.

This 45-page report provides global demand figures for the insoluble sulfur market, including data for all regions and 15 leading countries. Data are provided for all years from 2005 through 2008, with forecasts for 2009, 2010, and 2015. Demand is detailed by major market, including passenger tires, truck tires, other tires, and non-tire rubber goods. The report also provides market share and capacity by supplier, current pricing, and profiles of leading suppliers.

With its prospects tied inextricably to the motor vehicle and tire industries, the insoluble sulfur industry currently faces its most challenging conditions in 25 years. World Markets for Insoluble Sulfur chronicles the industry’s current condition in detail, and provides forecasts for short term recovery as well as long term growth.

Here is an overview of the report (PDF), including the full table of contents.

Contact Notch Consulting Group at info AT with questions or to order the report.

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