Japan Rubber Weekly

Japan Rubber Weekly

Japan Rubber Weekly

The Japan Rubber Weekly, Gomu Hochi Shimbun in Japanese, is a leading weekly newspaper covering Japan’s rubber industry. It is published since 1961 in Japanese language by Posty Corporation every Monday with a circulation of about 25,000 copies.

Japan Rubber Weekly is a trusted source of information throughout the industry. Its readers range from rubber products makers and raw materials manufactures over to distributors and end users.

The newspaper contains 12-16 tabloid pages every week. It covers a wide range of topics, including tires and industrial products (belts, hoses, and insulation products), consumer products (shoes, sports equipment, and stationary), raw materials (natural rubber, synthetic rubber, carbon black, pharmaceuticals, and fibers), and machinery test devices.

It also features news and commentaries on topics of interest to industry firms, such as personnel, distribution, and domestic and international developments.

Besides its flagship newspaper Japan Rubber Weekly, Posty Corporation  publishes a variety of other highly reputed industry publications.

These include among others Japan Rubber and Elastomers, published since 1967 with a circulation of 5,000 magazines every month, and the Shoes Post. The latter is a newspaper for Japan’s shoe retail sector, published thrice a month with a print-run of 40,000 copies.

The company also publishes annual compilations of data, analysis, and commentary. They includethe Japan Rubber Yearbook, the Japan Shoes Yearbook, the Industrial Rubber Goods Handbook, the Statistical Handbook of Japanese Industrial Rubber Products, and the Japanese Rubber Industry Overseas.

The English edition is published online and covers selected articles from the print edition. Visit Japan Rubber Weekly in English at https://www.japanrubberweekly.com/