SRI makes tennis goods under the brand Dunlop © Dunlop Sports
SRI makes tennis goods under the brand Dunlop © Dunlop Sports

Firm behind Dunlop sets up rubber procurement subsidiary

12 February 2020

Sumitomo Rubber Industries (SRI) has set up a procurement subsidiary to ensure a more stable supply in response to changes in the natural rubber market.

SRI is setting up the subsidiary in Singapore, the world's largest natural rubber trading hub, to replace the Natural Rubber Division of its tyre subsidiary, which until now had handled procurement of rubber for the group.

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