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Middle East and Africa
Across Middle East Asia, every year tens of millions of tires are discarded. Tires are extensively designed with several complex processes which make it indestructible in nature and creates difficulty in the recycling of tires. However, the leading tire recyclers spend huge amount of money on the advance technologies and equipment’s which can recycle the tires for various application and also not harness the environment. The method of disposal of tires has been stockpiling or illegal dumping or landfill. Landfilling of tires is a major problem as tires come up in landfills which can cause damage. Tires are not desired at landfills because of their large volumes and 75% void space which quickly consume valuable spaces. Pollution and energy consumption both are reduced when tires are recycled which is one of the benefits of recycling tires. Many valuable materials can be made from recycled tires including pavement mulch, roadbed material and running tracks. Crumb Rubber is sold as a feedstock for chemical or pyrolysis processes, which are used in highway paving and pavement sealers or used for the production of a large number of recycled rubber-containing products. The most important restraint towards the propagation of clean technology was the insufficient funds from the government. In almost all GCC countries, there is minimal zero legislation on e-waste with minor differences between the respective countries.70% of the output of the secondary crushing is collected and used as feedstock to the Pyrolysis process and the remaining 30% is allowed to go for further reduction to produce crumb rubber. On a volume basis, the production of tires is estimated to be 63%.
We conducted interviews with the Middle East Asia Tire Recycling Market Manufacturers, OEMs, Aftermarket Players, Brands, Component Manufacturers, End-User Industries, Distributors, Traders, Suppliers, Product Managers, Consultants, Decision Makers, VPs, Executives, Sales Managers, Regional Sales Head, C-level Executives, etc.
The report includes Middle East Asia (MEA) Tire Recycling Manufacturers, OEMs & Distributors Outlook (Market Competition & Global Presence), Business Strategy & Financial Analysis of Major Players. Further, the study also covers the Industry Insights (Future Trends & Forecast Data), Trade Data (Exports and Imports) and Distribution Model Analysis, Competitive Analysis, Opportunity Analysis.
The study provides an in-depth analysis of current and future trends to elucidate the imminent investment pockets in the market.
The recycling of scrap tires conserves natural resources such as timber, water, and minerals. It also prevents pollution by reducing the need to collect new raw materials and saves energy. Another most important benefit is that it reduces greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to global climate change which sustains the environment for future generations.
Recycling of tires by Pyrolysis offers an environmentally attractive method. The solid residue contains black carbon and the mineral matter initially present in the tire. This solid char may be used as reinforcement in the rubber industry. Also, the derived oils may be used directly as fuels, petroleum refinery feedstock or a source of chemicals.
Stockpiled tires provide perfect breeding grounds for mosquitoes, vermin, and snakes. Accidental fires caused in tire dumps can rage for months and release toxic fumes. For Example, a massive fire took place at Jahra Dumpsite in Kuwait in April 2012 where more than 5.00 million waste tires were accumulated.
Tire recycling is one of the most expensive and complex processes which companies have to undergo. Tires are the largest and the most problematic sources of waste, due to the large volumes produced and their durability. The three major technologies for recycling of waste tires are – ambient mechanical grinding, cryogenic grinding, and pyrolysis which are very expensive.
Scrap tires that are illegally dumped or improperly stored can pose a serious threat to public health and safety as well as the environment. The result can be urban blight and significant costs to residents. Scrap tires serves as nesting areas for pests and a breeding ground for mosquitoes which can spread illness. Waste tires can also catch fire and release toxic smoke.
In general, the tire could be used as whole or after reduced in size. It can be used in cement industrial as whole as an alternative fuel to the high calorific value, which is greater than coal. But in Saudi Arabia, the oil fuel is used in cement industry. After the size reduction three products will be produced crumb rubber, steel and fabric. Each one of this product is sold in the market. The products of Pyrolysis are solid, liquid and gas etc. The liquid oil can be sold directly as it or separate it by distillation column to have different products such as Benzene, Toluene and Xylene.
To eliminate these problems, to have a clean environment and to generate an economic environment, scrap tires need to be recycled.
Crumb rubber is manufactured from two primary feedstock’s: tire buffing’s, a byproduct of tire retreading and scrap tire rubber. Scrap tire rubber comes from three types of tires: passenger car tires, which represent about 84 percent of units or approximately 65 percent of the total weight of scrap tires; truck tires, which constitute 15 percent of units, or 20 percent of the total weight of scrap tires; and off-the-road tires, which account for 1 percent of units, or 15 percent of the total weight of Scrap tires. End product yields for each of these tire types are affected by the tire’s construction, strength and weight. On average, 10 to 12 pounds of crumb rubber can be derived from one passenger tire.
Double Star plans to acquire a tire maker Hengyu Technology currently undergoing bankruptcy restructuring for USD 899 million. Announcements have been made that this investment will go through Jixing Tire; a subsidiary of Double star.Hengyu currently has 650,000 unit annual truck and bus tire capacity and 6 million unit annual passenger car tire capacity on road since 2015. This partnership was done to expand the product portfolio of the company. The companies will enter together to work and join their assets and strategically work in all regions. The companies are in a profitable position to invest.
UAE Based EnviroServe won the prize for the Electrical and Electronic Equipment Recycling Company of the Year. In October last year, the company Enviroserve was among the winners of the Middle East Waste and recycling Awards presented by Waste & Recycling Middle East magazine in Dubai, UAE.This award was given by the organization for opening “ The Recycling Hub at Dubai Industrial City this early 2019”. In January last year, the foundation laid the facility which features the state of art equipment designed in Switzerland that creates minimal impact on the environment through its zero landfill and zero to air process. The company is convinced of the fact the it is a fully integrated electronic recycling facility in the Middle East region with a processing capacity of 40,000 tons. The region generates 40,000 tons of electronic waste annually. The company has also partnered with other business leaders and leadership team to open another unit at the Recycling Hub that provides IT asset Disposition and secure IT destruction services. The company is specializing in opening these plants to improve the waste tires recycling process and also save the environment. Two plants would do wonders for the region. There would be minimal impact on the environment which would in turn reduce pollution etc.
India’s leading tyre manufacturer, the USD 2.00 billion Apollo Tyres Ltd, announced its plans for the Middle East market at a media gathering in Dubai. The region will be catered to by exports out of India, with Dubai as the hub of operations. The region has traditionally been one of Apollo’s strongest export markets, out of India, accounting for about 30% of export revenues. The company already has a distribution network in the Middle East, spanning 14 countries and 23 Business Partners. The Middle East also has infrastructure and tire usage very similar to India’s, which is why Apollo’s products have always enjoyed high acceptance in the region. Dubai, as the world’s largest free trade zone with strong financial systems and legislation, is the perfect business destination. Dubai is also strategically located with easy access to the 1.5 billion strong consumer markets in the GCC, West Asia, Africa etc. Dubai itself is the largest tire distribution hub in the region, and provides a booming domestic market with 1 car to every 2 individual. Apollo Tires has already invested around USD2, 50,000 in creating appropriate permanent infrastructure for its business needs in Dubai; and is projecting investments and expenses of around USD 1.50 million on an annual level, starting this year. The company’s focus products will be its entire range of passenger car, 4x4 and sand application tires, along with commercial vehicle tires both cross ply and radial. Like India, the Middle East has a high usage of cross ply commercial vehicle tires, a segment in which Apollo Tires is acknowledged as the undisputed leader in product performance and reliability. Apollo’s global operation are divided into 3 divisions (Zone I, E and A) across the world. Zone I is Apollo Tires’ largest revenue earner accounting for 62% of the company’s USD 2 billion turnover. Tires for this region are produced out of Apollo’s 4 plants in India, including a state-of-the-art automated unit in the southern city of Chennai. Exports out of India grossed USD 106.00 million in the financial year just ended (FY2010-11), and are projected to grow at a double digit rate, in the next few years, due to strategic initiatives currently being taken.
Lazada, the Rocket internet-backed e-commerce firm in South East Asia is one of the emerging billion-dollar investments. A four-year-old company ran out of money as Alibaba swooped in with a majority investment including USD 500.00 million in fresh capital and the acquisition of USD500 million in stocks from existing investors. It is the largest e-commerce player in the region in terms of size and the company is doing financially well. Lazada showed USD 191 million sales, showed USD 233 million loss for the period which was driven by the costs of acquiring users, incentives to merchant and general marketing costs. Rocket Internet which founded Lazada back in 2012 came with an impressive return of USD 20.50 million. E-Bay and Amazon are the other retailing sites which are in nascent stage. In Lazada, is promising to be Amazon of South East Asia-Commerce has grown over the years but Alibaba admits that online represents 3% of the total sales in South East Asia. In reality it is major constraint for Lazada which anticipated that things would develop at a faster pace. The large investment by Alibaba into South East Asia is how fast the region will grow over the years. Startups are also catering to the retailing of waste tires. Startups are bullish that Alibaba’s newly increased focus on South East Asia will bring with its opportunities for the wider e-commerce market. This might attract more capital into not just e-commerce but many other business models in the region.
|Tire Recycling Companies||Sales Turnover USD Billion||Revenue USD Million|
|Granutech –Saturn Systems||10,000,000-100,000,000||NA|
|Harden Machinery Limited||1,000,000-10,000,000||NA|
|Delta International Co. Limited||NA||NA|
|Prrocrat Systems LLP||NA||NA|
|Jiangyin Xinda Machinery Co. Limited||NA||NA|
|Zhonghong Waste Rubber Comphrensive||NA||NA|
Latest News in Tire Recycling Market
Bridgestone has announced that its India business will be merged with the Europe Middle East and Africa areas, transferring from the China Asia-Pacific strategic business unit. The country will try to untapped the potential locations and will take place in 2020. As a result, Bridgestone Europe, Russia Middle East and Africa will become Bridgestone Europe, Russia, Middle East, India and Africa one of its four globally strategic business units alongside Bridgestone China, Asia-Pacific, Bridgestone Americas and Bridgestone Japan. India is a huge market a potential that can be explored and is definitely being met. Bridgestone India is few years old and is the largest premium tire producer in the country. Bridgestone is also rapidly expanding the Indian automotive sector and the tire market can be better be realized when we join together with the other units. The digital transformation can be accelerated by India’s tech skills and IT.
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The report covers the present ground scenario and the future growth prospects of the automotive aftermarket for 2019-2035 along with the market players’ analysis. We calculated the market size and revenue share on the basis of revenue generated from major players in all major countries. Middle East Asia Tire Recycling Market is forecasted on the basis of revenue analysis, product benchmarking and strategic developments of key market players.
Middle East Asia Tire Recycling Market Outlook 2019-2035, has been prepared based on in-depth market analysis from industry experts. The report covers the competitive landscape and current position of major players in the tire Recycling aftermarket industry space. The report also includes porter’s five force model, SWOT analysis, company profiling, business strategies of market players, and their business models. “Middle East Asia Tire Recycling Industry Report” also recognizes value chain analysis to understand the cost differentiation, pricing models to provide a competitive advantage to the existing and new entry players.
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