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Kochi to Host India Rubber Meet 2022 on July 22 & 23

Farmers, traders, manufacturers, policymakers, agricultural workers, economists, journalists, and others involved in the rubber industry will attend the conference. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss issues in the rubber sector as a group and devise appropriate solutions.

Shivam Dwivedi
Extraction of latex from rubber tree
Extraction of latex from rubber tree

India Rubber Meet 2022, the sixth in the biennial series, is set to take place on July 22 and 23 at Le Meridien Kochi. Stakeholder associations from all segments of the rubber industry, the media, and the Rubber Board will be represented at the meeting.

IRM is a regular forum for interaction, networking, and information exchange. IRM 2022 is organized by the India Rubber Meet Forum (IRMF), a society formed by the Rubber Board and stakeholder associations in rubber and related industries.

There will be invited talks on various topics by internationally renowned speakers. Presentations by those who have made new discoveries and experiments in the fields of rubber production, rubber cultivation, and disease control will be an important part of the Meet.

Panel discussions will be held with experts and key stakeholders from various segments of the rubber industry.

Farmers, traders, manufacturers, policymakers, agricultural workers, economists, journalists, and others involved in the rubber industry will attend the conference. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss issues in the rubber sector as a group and devise appropriate solutions.

The meeting will allow participants to interact, network, and exchange information, resulting in more business opportunities and strategies for overcoming challenges in the rubber sector.

For the event's successful execution, a national-level organizing committee chaired by K.N. Raghavan, Executive Director, Rubber Board, with representation from all segments of the rubber industry, has been formed.

Representatives from small and large rubber growers, rubber processors and traders, tyre and non-tyre sectors, auto component manufacturers, rubber product exporters, synthetic rubber and reclaimed rubber manufacturers, rubber research and skill development institutions, rubber-related media, and so on make up the committee.

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