New EU Data Framework can drive a wave of innovation in the European automotive and mobility services eco-system
The Tyre industry has worked to update and reaffirm its position since 2007, on a method for stabilizing evaporative emissions of new light duty vehicle tyres.
ETRMA together with other relevant organisations co-signed a “Joint Statement on the 2nd Meeting of the high-level roundtable of Enforcement of EU Chemical Legislation”
ETRMA and EURIC call for the development of EU-wide End of Waste criteria for the End of Life Tyre-derived Rubber Waste Stream.
ETRMA has been confirmed member of the High-Level Steering Group of the European Innovation Partnership on Raw Materials for a second mandate
ETRMA calls for the Commission to come forward this year with a clear legal framework for fair access to in-vehicle data.
ETRMA welcomes the approval of revision of the drinking water directive: An opportunity to strengthen European manufacturers of rubber goods in contact with drinking water.
ETRMA Feedback to the Inception Impact Assessment on the review of the Sustainable products initiative
Bringing forward-looking skills to the rubber and tyre industry via a Pact for Skills is key to accompany transformation in the automotive ecosystem
40 industry organisations call for urgent actions to postpone the legal obligations to the ECHA SCIP database
EU lists natural rubber as a critical raw material, reconfirming its economic importance and the need for supply diversification
ETRMA Members’ Sales Q2 2020: COVID-19 pandemic leads to steep drop in European replacement tyres’ sales
Saving jobs while reducing emissions: IndustriAll Europe, Ceemet, ACEA, CLEPA, CECRA and ETRMA call for an ambitious recovery plan for the automotive sector
European Parliament vote on Tyre Labelling Regulation: ETRMA welcomes the revision and looks forward to its successful implementation
Europe’s Tyre and Rubber industry supports a policy response that both ensures a successful post Covid-19 recovery and drives the European Green Deal targets
ETRMA Members’ Sales Q1 2020: Covid-19 pandemic causes drastic decline in tyre replacements and sales
The 93 European associations signatories of this Joint Statement urge the EU Institutions to make research, development and innovation (RD&I) a priority within the next Multiannual Financial Framework 2021-2027.
The European Tyre and Rubber Manufacturers’ Association published today its Members’ European tyre replacement sales numbers for the first half of 2019:
Tyre industry calls on European Commission to ensure a level playing field and non-discriminatory access to in-vehicle data.
By using innovative telematics, Tyre-as-a-Service solutions could increase efficiency and safety, reduce congestion and enhance infrastructure quality management.
As a responsible industry committed to a clean environment and safe roads, the European Tyre and Rubber Manufacturers’ Association (ETRMA) welcomes recent research by the Air Quality Expert Group (AQEG) on non-exhaust emissions.
ETRMA published its members' sales for the 1st quarter 2019
ETRMA is pleased with the commitment and efforts by the European Institutions to pursue a new Tyre Labelling Regulation, which increases consumer awereness of the label and strengthens market surveillance and enforcement in EU Member States
ETRMA published today its members' sales for the year 2018
Advancing sustainable mobility and driving the industry's growth in Europe were some of the priorities discussed at today's Board of Directors' meeting of ETRMA
ETRMA published today its Members' sales for the first half of 2018
ETRMA joins today a campaign run by OHSA called Healthy Workplaces
European tyre industry in the front line to enable Heavy Duty Vehicles CO2 calculations, reporting and standards
A fundamental contribution to low emission mobility
Meeting strengthens Dialogue and Awareness of Global Industry Issues
ETRMA has consolidated Used Tyre management data for 2016 covering 32 countries
ETRMA joins broad automotive industry and consumers coalition to call for action to ensure access to in-vehicle data
A broad industry coalition of independent after-market service providers, drivers, insurers and the tyre industry calls upon EU decision makers to act now to ensure a genuine digital level-playing field for remote access to in-vehicle data.
ETRMA welcomes the adoption of the Own Initiative Report on Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems
The Board of Directors of ETRMA met today in Geneva and discussed its priorities for the work ahead. The new President, Mr Franco Annunziato, stressed the need for continuity in the guiding principles of the Association: facts, science and solid knowledge to lead to innovation and sustainability.
DRIVES – Development and Research on Innovative Vocational Education Skills – for the automotive industry launched in Ostrava
ETRMA was proud to attend the launch event of the DRIVES Project, together with all 24 project partners. As a steering board member of the Project, ETRMA has high hopes that this will bring the skills needed to our industry to remain a leader in innovation.
On 1st March, the Minister of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic, Tomáš Hüner, and the Rector of the Technical University of Ostrava, Václav Snášel, opened the kick-off Conference of the project DRIVES, which was also accompanied by a video message from Commissioner Elżbieta Bieńkowska.
TRAN Committee calls for EC proposal on access to in-vehicle data, an essential resource for the tyre digital revolution
ETRMA supports outcome of TRAN vote on Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems (CITS)
ETRMA published today its members’ sales for the year 2017 and the last quarter of 2017
Adoption of the GEAR 2030 High Level Group Report: a stepping stone for future action
Natural Rubber a key raw material for the European tyre and rubber industry, now a critical raw material also for the EU
At today's Board of Directors' meeting, Franco Annunziato of Bridgestone was elected President of ETRMA. Mr. Thierry du Granrut from SNCP was confirmed Vice President for a second term
ETRMA published today tyre replacement sales of its members
ETRMA published today tyre replacements sales of its Members
ETRMA published its members' sales for the year 2016 and the last quarter 2016
ETRMA releases its position
Together for safer roads in Europe
ETRMA published today the tyre replacement sales of its Members for the first half of 2016
ETRMA welcomes the launch of the first joint action in the area of tyre label market surveillance
ETRMA's workshop stresses the need for better cooperation between industry and training providers and to better inform the young in order to win "the war for talents".
The experience and potential of Natural Rubber explored
ETRMA publishes figures concerning its members’ sales in the third quarter of 2014.
During the Board meeting of Directors of the European Tyre and Rubber Manufacturers' Association, Continental's Executive Vice President Mr Christian Kötz and Mr Thierry du Granrut, from the Syndicat National du Caoutchouc et des Polymères, were elected respectively the new President and Vice President of ETRMA, effective 1st January 2015.
ETRMA publishes figures concerning its members' sales in the first half of 2014
ETRMA published today figures concerning its members' sales in the first quarter of 2014.
Ahead of Friday’s EU-South Korea summit, the European automotive industry calls for more to be done to dismantle barriers to trade in South Korea
The European Tyre and Rubber Industry has a strong manufacturing presence in Europe and needs a
sustainable regulatory framework, well-coordinated among different policy areas, to remain competitive despite this long economic crisis
ETRMA has published the first semester 2013 figures for the tyre replacement market
ETRMA has published figures about the tyre replacement sales
The package helps establishing a level playing field between all actors in the European market and gives more certainty of safety and compliance to European Consumers
ETRMA acknowledges the withdrawal by Nokian Tyres of its ice and snow label
Winter tyre technology significantly increases safety and mobility in winter conditions
Companies that have pre-registered natural rubber (EC 232-689-0; CAS 9006-04-6) can de-activate this pre-registration as there is currently no registration obligation.
ETRMA claims that the market for tyre derived products has become sustainable.