IRCo organised a webinar on rubberised roads as part of IRCo efforts in continuing the info-sharing culture where ITRC Member Countries were invited to update their counterparts on the progress on Rubberised Road Projects towards achieving the aim of increasing domestic consumption of natural rubber (NR). Participants contributed in giving constructive views and recommendations for […]
ITRC Member Countries discussed ways forward to strengthen the Tripartite Cooperation among Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia on natural rubber (NR). The workshop only enhanced the common understanding among them on issues and challenges faced in each Member Country but also rendered fruitful discussions and valuable inputs for the years to come.
International Rubber Consortium Limited (IRCo) carried out a working visit to rubber stakeholders in Indonesia. In this opportunity, IRCo met the Alternate National Liaison Officer of National Tripartite Rubber Council for Indonesia (NTRC) from the Ministry of Trade Indonesia, Rubber Association of Indonesia (GAPKINDO), CSMO Members, and ASEAN Secretariat.
International Rubber Consortium Limited (IRCo) carried out working visits to rubber stakeholders in Singapore. On this opportunity, IRCo held consultation sessions with Singapore Exchange (SGX) and Rubber Trade Association of Singapore (RTAS), and participated in the World Rubber Summit 2022 organised by IRSG.
In achieving closer collaboration among ITRC-related organisations/agencies and IRCo, IRCo carried out the work programmes in Malaysia. On this occasion, IRCO met the Northern Corridor Economic Region (NCER) Office (Cyberjaya), Meditech Gloves, MRB, ANRPC, RISDA, Mardec Berhad, Ministry of Plantation Industries and Commodities (MPIC), Malaysian CSMO, and Rubber Processing Factory. Furthermore, IRCo organised a high […]
In achieving continuous follow-up sessions and interactions with TIM and ITRC’s committees, for effective decision making, IRCo carried out the work programs in Thailand on 21-27 February 2022. On this occasion, IRCO met the RAOT Office in Northern Thailand, NR smallholders and manufactures, Central Rubber Markets, Thai Rubber Association (TRA), and Thai Latex Association (TLA).