April 2013, TruckingInfo.com - WebXclusive
By Jim Park
Although we're in no danger of running short of our primary source of natural rubber, prices have risen dramatically over the past 10 years, contributing to rising prices for tires. Several tire makers are researching other sources of rubber.
Tags: Tires, Rubber, Guayule
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