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40 pages. Volume 49, number 5. Features: *Bryant Rubber to relocate HQ *Time for reminiscing: Miller heads to retirement after 19-year tenure with Rubber Division *Conti cutting 20,000 jobs as reorganization unfolds *Goodyear offering buyouts at Gadsden *Senator criticizes firm’s Mexico labor practices *USTMA keeps tabs on impact of TSCA changes *Automation not always the best option for LSR *Eight firms achieve RPN’s best place to work status *Obituary: Rubber industry vet Paul Standley dies at 75 *Responding to disaster: Florida Hose & Gasket still dealing with fallout from Hurricane Michael *IRSG focus stays steady throughout its evolution *Halcyon Agri project focuses on sustainability *USDA continues work to take guayule commercial *Supply drivers key for latex makers *Consumers not fully sold on autonomous vehicles *Hydroponic cultivation has high yield potential for TKS *Slow and steady: ARDL begins move to new home, will finish task over time *Tire Society panel focuses on the future *Kina Hart shows why safety must come first *OSHA cracking down on lockout/tagout violations *Most minor injuries come from poor shop conditions *China sees decline in synthetic rubber imports
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Publication Date:7 October 2019
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