International Rubber Conference Organisation (IRCO)
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1971-10-13 Cleveland OH USA
13 Oct 1971, Cleveland OH (USA). Current Constitution approved 3 Jun 1982, Paris (France); amended Sep 1999, Orlando FL (USA).
Increase the professional competence of people associated with rubber industry; provide a forum for the exchange of information on new developments in the science, technology, raw materials, economics, processes, health and safety, and environmental aspects of the industry.
Events2028 | Daegu, Korea Rep – IRC : International Rubber Conference
2027 | USA – IRC : International Rubber Conference
2026 | Japan – IRC : International Rubber Conference
2025 | Sweden – RubberCon Conference
2025 | Thailand – IRC : International Rubber Conference
2024 | India – RubberCon Conference
2024 | Turkey – IRC : International Rubber Conference
2023 | UK – RubberCon Conference
2023 | China – IRC : International Rubber Conference
2022 | Malaysia – RubberCon Conference
2022 | Brazil – IRC : International Rubber Conference
2021-10-20 | Daegu, Korea Rep – RubberCon Conference
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International Rubber Conference (held annually). International Rubber Conference Committee (IRCC), a permanent body of IRCO, consists of representatives of National and Regional Organizations as agreed from time to time by the Committee.
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