TSRC (LUX) Corporation S.a.r.l.

TSRC (LUX) Corporation S.a.r.l.
Contact: Beverley Weaver
39-43 avenue de la Liberté

TSRC (LUX) Corporation S.a.r.l.

TSRC, the international leader of synthetic rubber

TSRC, formerly known as Taiwan Synthetic Rubber Corp., was established in 1973 by the founder Mr. Glyn T.H. Ing to support the government’s policy on developing the petrochemical industry in Taiwan. From a sole synthetic rubber manufacturer in Taiwan, TSRC has become a leader in today’s synthetic rubber and styrenic block copolymer (SBC) markets, and our products have been highly acclaimed and widely adopted by major customers all over the world. TSRC’s annual output of SBR, BR, NBR, TPE, compounding and other synthetic rubbers has reached 805,000 tons. All our manufacturing plants have successively obtained QC 080000 and ISO 50001 international certifications.

Headquartered in Taiwan, TSRC is vigorously expanding its business to establish production bases and commercial teams in China (Nantong in Jiangsu and Song-Jiang in Shanghai), Thailand, India, Vietnam, USA and Luxembourg to service the growing demand of customers globally.

International Cooperation, around the World

In recent years, TSRC has been actively expanding our rubber development niches through collaboration with many international players. The Company has worked with UBE Industries, Ltd., and Marubeni Corporation of Japan on BR plants, the state-owned Indian Oil Corporation, Ltd., on an ESBR plant, and ARLANXEO on an NBR plant. We have also signed an SBS technical license agreement with SIBUR of Russia and brought in several core technologies from multiple sources abroad to strength our existing production capacity.

In April 2011, TSRC acquired 100% of the equity in Dexco Polymers. The acquisition integrated Dexco's high-end products and advanced technologies with those of TSRC, enhancing our global competitiveness and complementing our global product development strategies.

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