Pramod Thomas | Mar 14, 2018 | 0
ATRC 2017 ready for take-off
The 4th Asian Tyre & Rubber Conference (ATRC 2017), Asia’s most premier conference on tyres, is now ready for take-off. The event will be held on June 16-17 event at Hyatt Regency, Chennai, India. A global line-up of speakers and delegates are now ready to join the event where the main theme is “Breakthough Technology for Sustainable Future.” For two days experts from leading tyre manufacturers, suppliers, research scholars and marketing leaders will focus their attention on cutting edge manufacturing technology that sustains the industry as well as environment.
Organised by Asian Business Media (ABM), publishers of Tyre Asia, ATRC 2017 is hosting prestigious names from the industry, including Erich Nesselhauf, Managing Director and CEO of Daimler India Commercial Vehicles Pvt. Ltd. (DICV), and Satish Sharma, President – APMEA, Apollo Tyres.
ATRC 2017 will see speakers from across the world – from USA to Japan – gathering under one roof and interacting with industry players. The conference has become a great networking platform for participants.
“The selection of the theme, the profiles of the speakers and the choice of the papers are the most important areas of ATRC. The line-up is of high standard. The list of speakers is reads like a “who is who”of global tyre infdustry . We are proud to see the response from the industry,” ATRC Chairman Zachariah George said.
Held every two years, the ATRC is dedicated exclusively to tyre makers and those that serve the industry. Much attention is paid to building an outstanding conference program that provides a real-world experience and solutions. The two-day event combines dedicated special presentations, keynote addresses and panel discussions. The conference presents the most ideal platform to share ideas an engage in networking opportunity unrivaled within the tyre manufacturing sector in Asia.
ATRC is for all those who matter to the tyre and rubber industries: Chairman, CEO, MD, COO, Technical Heads, R&D Heads, Key Account Managers, Consultants, Business Directors, Senior Executives Raw Material & Reinforcement, Scientists and Engineers among others.
The presentations will cover every aspect of tyre manufacturing technology. The emphasis is on green technology that can sustain the industry’s long term growth, according to Zachariah George, ATRC Chairman.
There are six Technical Sessions, grouping presentations that deal with a particular segment of manufacturing technology. The Sessions will be chaired by leading industry experts from top tyre companies like MRF, Apollo, Ceat and JK Tyre among others.
VMI, Holland, is the Corporate Sponsor of ATRC 2017. Other sponsors and supporters include Marangoni Meccanica, TRM Tyre Retreading Machinery, Italy, Mesnac, China, HF Tire Tech Group, Germany, BKT, India, and Bainite Machinery, India, AFACHE, South Korea (Co-Sponsors), CIMCORP, Finland ( Dinner), GECAPS, USA and Siemens, Germany (Lunch), Sinoarp, China, inmess, Germany, Pukhraj, India, Tata Steel, India (Tea & Coffee), Altracon, Germany, Hyosung (Supporters), Struktol, Germany (Lanyard), TRIB, IRSG, AITDF, ETRMA, IISRP, AIRIA, ATMA, RSDC, ETRTO, CAPEXIL (Associates).