About Us

About Us

Headquarter Building, Hatyai, Thailand

Established in 1986 in Hatyai,

South Thailand

We have grown over the last 36 years

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Of Global NR Supply

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In Countries Globally

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Factories

2457+

Employees World Wide

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World’s Natural Rubber Supply.

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countries globally

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Factories

2457+

Employes World Wide

We are a Global leader in natural rubber (NR) processing. Our goal is to grow the supply of natural rubber that meets the quality and sustainability standards of our customers.

We will continue to be a reliable partner and supplier to tire and rubber products manufacturers worldwide as well as to partner them in the mission towards a sustainable value chain.

PT Bintang Gasing Persada - SFX, Palembang, West Sumatra, Indonesia

Global Demands and Sustainability Future

We have reached an era that is more competitive than ever before with a fierce fight for attention in an increasingly cluttered landscape.

Moving ahead, we are poised to meet the rising demands of quality natural rubber with strategic growth and acquisitions. In addition to that, working together with our customers to meet the sustainable future is also a core part of a company’s mission, we have been trying to find ways to reduce the environmental impacts from the production processes, from transportation, from waste generation and so on.

Research & Innovation

Our research and development activities in Shanghai, Zhanjiang and in time to come, other parts of the world will provide evaluation and development facilities to Ensure that the quality of our natural rubber meets our customer’s expectations not only today but into the future as well.

Beyond being a supplier to our clients, we seek to partner with them to improve the quality and range of our natural rubber products. As such, our panels of experts are always on hand to provide support and solutions to technical issues faced in the use of our natural rubber.

Southland participated in EcoVadis’s evidence-based assessment of sustainability actions.

Such assessment allows us to focus our sustainability efforts
and develop corrective action plans to improve our sustainability performance.

Environment

Labor &
Human Right

Ethics

Sustainable
Procurement

Southland uses “Rubberway” which is a risk-mapping solution developed to identify sustainability risks throughout the whole natural rubber upstream supply chain, known to be particularly complex and volatile.

RubberWay was designed to enhance transparency by empowering actors across the supply chain to report on their practices.
Based on responses to an environmental and social questionnaire carried out through a mobile app, RubberWay flags risks for mitigation, at each level of the upstream supply chain: smallholders, intermediaries, large plantations, and processing factories.

Plant,Tree
World environment day reforesting
Continental Tyre

Southland Rubber is delighted to join a project with Continental Tires and the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ)’s project

where small farmers in West Kalimantan are trained to grow high quality materials in compliance with clearly defined sustainability criteria together with full traceability of the natural rubber supply chain.

  • One Site Visit
  • Quality Check
  • Weighing
  • Training & Education
  • Quality Check
  • Shiment

Southland Rubber’s processing factory: PT Bintang Borneo Persada in Pontianak, West Kalimantan, Indonesia, will continue to participate in CSR and farmer development and training in providing high quality natural rubber.

OUr goal

Global leader in natural rubber processing, our goal is to grow the supply of natural rubber that meets the quality and sustainability standards of our customers.

We will continue to be a reliable partner and supplier to global manufacturers of tyres and other rubber products.

Our Journey

1987

Southland Rubber - SN Factory
Suratthani ,Thailand

1988

Southland Rubber - HX Factory
Songkhla , Thailand

1988

Uni Rubber- TSU Factory
Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand

1991

Southland Rubber-YL Factory
Yala , Thailand

1994

Southland Latex - BK
Songkhla , Thailand

1999

Southland Resources - BJ1
Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand

2003

Southland Resources - BJ2
Songkhla , Thailand

2009

Southland Latex - RY
Rayong ,Thailand

2009

Southland Latex - PT
Phatthalung,Thailand

2009

Southland Resources-BJ3
Rayong ,Thailand

2010

Southland Latex- NTW
Songkhla , Thailand

2010

Southland Resources - BJ4
Buengkan,Thailand

2012

Alpharub Crumbs Rubber Pvt Ltd
Kerala, India

2013

PT Abaisiat - SFB
Padang, West Sumatra, Indonesia

2013

PT Kota Niaga - KBO
Pontianak, West Kalimantan, Indonesia

2013

PT Bintang Borneo Persada - KCA
Pontianak, West Kalimantan, Indonesia

2015

PT Bintang Gasing Persada - SFX
Palembang, West Sumatra, Indonesia S

2016

Southland Resources - FB
Chumphon,Thailand

2016

Unimac Rubber - UMR
Trang ,Thailand

2016

Southland Resources - FC
Trang ,Thailand

2017

PT Polykencana- SGY
Medan, North Sumatra, Indonesia

2017

Southland Myanmar Rubber Co. (TBZ)
Thanbyazayat, Mon State, Myanmar

2018

Southland Resources - BH
Phetchabun,Thailand

2018

PT Kahaya Berseri - KCC
Palangkaraya, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia

2018

Southland Tatt Win
Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia

2018

Southland A1
Kedah Malaysia

2018

Southland Kati Côte D’Ivorie
KATI TOWN, GUIGLO CITY OF COTE D'IVOIRE

OUr goal

To always strive to perform in a way that our customers will know that we value the opportunity to be their trusted supply chain partner for their natural rubber needs.

Our Factories

Thailand

16

Location :
Suratthani, Thailand (1987)
 
Product :
RSS2, RSS3, RSS4
Location :
Songkhla, Thailand (1988)
 
Product :
RSS2, RSS3, RSS4
Location :
Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand (1988)
 
Product :
RSS2, RSS3, RSS4
Location :
Yala, Thailand (1991)
 
Product :
RSS2, RSS3, RSS4
Location :
Songkhla, Thailand (1994)
 
Product :
LATEX
Location :
Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand (1999)  
 
Product :
STR10, STR20, MIXTURE
Location :
Songkhla, Thailand (2003)
 
Product :
STR10, STR20, MIXTURE
Location :
Rayong, Thailand (2009)
 
Product :
LATEX
Location :
Phatthalung, Thailand (2009)
 
Product :
LATEX
Location :
Rayong, Thailand (2009) 
 
Product :
STR10, STR20, MIXTURE
Location :
Songkhla, Thailand (2010)
 
Product :
LATEX
Location :
Buengkan, Thailand (2010)
 
Product :
STR10, STR20, MIXTURE
Location :
Chumphon, Thailand (2016) 
 
Product :
STR10, STR20, MIXTURE
Location :
Trang, Thailand (2016) 
 
Product :
RSS2, RSS3, RSS4, LATEX
Location :
Trang, Thailand (2016) 
 
Product :
STR10, STR20, MIXTURE
Location :
Phetchabun, Thailand (2018) 
 
Product :
STR10, STR20, MIXTURE

Indonesia

6

Location :
Padang, West Sumatra, Indonesia (2013) 
 
Product :
SIR10, SIR20, MIXTURE , COMPOUND RUBBER
Location :
Pontianak, West Kalimantan, Indonesia (2013)
 
Product :
SIR10, SIR20, MIXTURE
Location :
Pontianak, West Kalimantan, Indonesia (2015) 
 
Product :
SIR10, SIR20, MIXTURE, CV RUBBER
Location :
Palembang, West Sumatra, Indonesia (2015)
 
Product :
SIR10, SIR20, MIXTURE
Location :
Medan, North Sumatra, Indonesia (2017)
 
Product :
SIR10, SIR20, CV RUBBER
Location :
Palangkaraya, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia (2018)
 
Product :
SIR10, SIR20, MIXTURE

Malaysia

2

Location :
Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia (2018)
 
Product :
SMR10, SMR20, SMR10 CV, MIXTURE
Location :
Kedah, Malaysia (2018)
 
Product :
MIXTURE

Myanmar

1

Location :
 Thanbyazayat, Mon State, Myanmar (2017)
 
Product :
MSR10, MSR20, MIXTURE, RSS1, RSS2, RSS3

Africa

1

Location :
KATI VILLAGE, GUIGLO, CAVALLY, COTE D’IVOIRE, WEST AFRICA (2018)
 
Product :
TSR10, TSR20, MIXTURE

Our Journey

1987 Built

Southland Rubber - SN Factory
Suratthani ,Thailand

1988 Built

Southland Rubber - HX Factory
Songkhla , Thailand

1988 Built

Uni Rubber- TSU Factory
Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand

1991 Built

Southland Rubber-YL Factory
Yala , Thailand

1994 Bulit

Southland Latex - BK
Songkhla , Thailand

1999 Built

Southland Resources - BJ1
Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand

2003 Acquired

Southland Resources - BJ2
Songkhla , Thailand

2009 Acquired

Southland Latex - RY
Rayong ,Thailand

2009 Built

Southland Latex - PT
Phatthalung,Thailand

2009 Acquired

Southland Resources-BJ3
Rayong ,Thailand

2010 Acquired

Southland Latex- NTW
Songkhla , Thailand

2010 Built

Southland Resources - BJ4
Buengkan,Thailand

2013 Acquired

PT Abaisiat - SFB
Padang, West Sumatra, Indonesia

2013 Acquired

PT Kota Niaga - KBO
Pontianak, West Kalimantan, Indonesia

2013 Built

PT Bintang Borneo Persada - KCA
Pontianak, West Kalimantan, Indonesia

2015 Acquired

PT Bintang Gasing Persada - SFX
Palembang, West Sumatra, Indonesia S

2016 Acquired

Southland Resources - FB
Chumphon,Thailand

2016 Acquired

Unimac Rubber - UMR
Trang ,Thailand

2016 Acquired

Southland Resources - FC
Trang ,Thailand

2017 Bulit

PT Polykencana- SGY
Medan, North Sumatra, Indonesia

2017 Built

Southland Myanmar Rubber Co. (TBZ)
Thanbyazayat, Mon State, Myanmar

2018 Built

Southland Resources - BH
Phetchabun,Thailand

2018 Built

PT Kahaya Berseri - KCC
Palangkaraya, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia

2018 Acquired

Southland Tatt Win
Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia

2018 Acquired

Southland A1
Kedah Malaysia

2018 Built

Southland Kati Côte D’Ivorie
KATI TOWN, GUIGLO CITY OF COTE D'IVOIRE

Our Products

TSR

Technically
Specified Rubber

TSR is “Technically Specified Rubber” sometimes referred to as Block Rubber or Crumb rubber. It can be produced from both natural rubber field latex and field coagulum (cuplump) or a blend of both.

TSR Rubbers are graded according to precise technical parameters such as content of Dirt, Ash, Nitrogen, Volatile Matter and its properties such as Wallace Plasticity (PO) and Plasticity Retention Index (PRI). It has good processing characteristics and physical properties. Southland Rubber factories are approved under the major national TSR schemes including Standard Thai Rubber (STR), Standard Indonesian Rubber (SIR), Standard Malaysian Rubber (SMR), Indian Standard Natural Rubber (ISNR) and Myanmar Standard Rubber (MSR). Sub-grades to these standards include Constant Viscosity rubbers and Mixture Rubbers made to customers’ requirement.

Mixture Rubber is processed by compounding TSR with SBR (Styrene-butadiene Rubber), with 10% or less by weight of the latter as specified by customers. 

STR 10

STR 20

Mixture Rubber

SIR 10

SIR 20

SIR 10 CV

SIR 20 CV

Mixture Rubber

SMR 10

SMR 20

SMR 10

Mixture Rubber

MSR 10

MSR 20

Mixture Rubber

RSS

Ribbed Smoked Sheets

Ribbed Smoke Sheets rubber are commonly known as RSS. It is made from coagulated latex sheet. The grades of RSS are RSS1 to RSS5 according to elasticity, colour and purity per International IRQPC Standards as recorded in the “Green Book”. These grades are determined and classified through visual examination by experienced sorters and inspectors.

RSS 1

RSS 2

RSS 3

RSS 4

RSS 5

LATEX

NR Latex
Concentrate

NR Latex Concentrate is processed from field latex using the centrifuge method. It contains 60% of Dry Rubber Content (DRC).

Types of NR Latex Concentrates are differentiated by varying the amount used of ammonia used such as High Ammonia (HA) and Low Ammonia (LA/LATZ). NR Latex Concentrate are marketed under strict technical specification, based on dry rubber content, non-rubber solid, alkalinity, mechanical stability and other parameters relating to ISO2504 specification.

60% Concentrated Latex – High Ammonia

60% Concentrated Latex – Low Ammonia

60% Concentrated Latex – Medium Ammonia

60% Concentrated Latex – Double Centrifuge

SELATEX (Deproteinized Latex)

Our Products

TSR

Technically Specified Rubber

TSR is “Technically Specified Rubber” sometimes referred to as Block Rubber or Crumb rubber. It can be produced from both natural rubber field latex and field coagulum (cuplump) or a blend of both.

TSR Rubbers are graded according to precise technical parameters such as content of Dirt, Ash, Nitrogen, Volatile Matter and its properties such as Wallace Plasticity (PO) and Plasticity Retention Index (PRI). It has good processing characteristics and physical properties. Southland Rubber factories are approved under the major national TSR schemes including Standard Thai Rubber (STR), Standard Indonesian Rubber (SIR), Standard Malaysian Rubber (SMR), Indian Standard Natural Rubber (ISNR) and Myanmar Standard Rubber (MSR). Sub-grades to these standards include Constant Viscosity rubbers and Mixture Rubbers made to customers’ requirement.

Mixture Rubber is processed by compounding TSR with SBR (Styrene-butadiene Rubber), with 10% or less by weight of the latter as specified by customers. 

Standard Thai Rubber

  • STR 10

  • STR 20

  • Mixture Rubber

Standard Indonesia Rubber

  • SIR 10

  • SIR 20

  • SIR 10 CV

  • SIR 20 CV

  • Mixture Rubber

Standard Malaysia Rubber

  • SMR 10

  • SMR 20

  • SMR 30

  • Mixture Rubber

Standard Myanmar Rubber

  • MSR 10

  • MSR 20

  • Mixture Rubber

TSR (Côte d’Ivorie)

  • TSR 10

  • TSR 20

RSS

Ribbed Smoked Sheets

Ribbed Smoke Sheets rubber are commonly known as RSS. It is made from coagulated latex sheet. The grades of RSS are RSS1 to RSS5 according to elasticity, colour and purity per International IRQPC Standards as recorded in the “Green Book”. These grades are determined and classified through visual examination by experienced sorters and inspectors.

Ribbed Smoked Sheets

  • RSS 
  • RSS 2
  • RSS 3
  • RSS 4
  • RSS 5

LATEX

NR Latex Concentrate

Ribbed Smoke Sheets rubber are commonly known as RSS. It is made from coagulated latex sheet. The grades of RSS are RSS1 to RSS5 according to elasticity, colour and purity per International IRQPC Standards as recorded in the “Green Book”. These grades are determined and classified through visual examination by experienced sorters and inspectors.

NR Latex Concentrate

  • 60% Concentrated Latex – High Ammonia
  • 60% Concentrated Latex – Low Ammonia
  • 60% Concentrated Latex – Medium Ammonia
  • 60% Concentrated Latex – Double Centrifuge
  • SELATEX (Deproteinized Latex)

TSR

Technically Specified Rubber

TSR is “Technically Specified Rubber” sometimes referred to as Block Rubber or Crumb rubber. It can be produced from both natural rubber field latex and field coagulum (cuplump) or a blend of both.

TSR Rubbers are graded according to precise technical parameters such as content of Dirt, Ash, Nitrogen, Volatile Matter and its properties such as Wallace Plasticity (PO) and Plasticity Retention Index (PRI). It has good processing characteristics and physical properties. Southland Rubber factories are approved under the major national TSR schemes including Standard Thai Rubber (STR), Standard Indonesian Rubber (SIR), Standard Malaysian Rubber (SMR), Indian Standard Natural Rubber (ISNR) and Myanmar Standard Rubber (MSR). Sub-grades to these standards include Constant Viscosity rubbers and Mixture Rubbers made to customers’ requirement.

Mixture Rubber is processed by compounding TSR with SBR (Styrene-butadiene Rubber), with 10% or less by weight of the latter as specified by customers. 

Standard Thai Rubber

  • STR 10

  • STR 20

  • Mixture Rubber

Standard Indonesia Rubber

  • SIR 10

  • SIR 20

  • SIR 10 CV

  • SIR 20 CV

  • Mixture Rubber

Standard Malaysia Rubber

  • SMR 10

  • SMR 20

  • SMR 30

  • Mixture Rubber

Standard Myanmar Rubber

  • MSR 10

  • MSR 20

  • Mixture Rubber

TSR (Côte d’Ivorie)

  • TSR 10

  • TSR 20

RSS

Ribbed Smoked Sheets

Ribbed Smoke Sheets rubber are commonly known as RSS. It is made from coagulated latex sheet. The grades of RSS are RSS1 to RSS5 according to elasticity, colour and purity per International IRQPC Standards as recorded in the “Green Book”. These grades are determined and classified through visual examination by experienced sorters and inspectors.

Ribbed Smoked Sheets

  • RSS 
  • RSS 2
  • RSS 3
  • RSS 4
  • RSS 5

LATEX

NR Latex Concentrate

Ribbed Smoke Sheets rubber are commonly known as RSS. It is made from coagulated latex sheet. The grades of RSS are RSS1 to RSS5 according to elasticity, colour and purity per International IRQPC Standards as recorded in the “Green Book”. These grades are determined and classified through visual examination by experienced sorters and inspectors.

NR Latex Concentrate

  • 60% Concentrated Latex – High Ammonia
  • 60% Concentrated Latex – Low Ammonia
  • 60% Concentrated Latex – Medium Ammonia
  • 60% Concentrated Latex – Double Centrifuge
  • SELATEX (Deproteinized Latex)

TSR

Technically Specified Rubber

TSR is “Technically Specified Rubber” sometimes referred to as Block Rubber or Crumb rubber. It can be produced from both natural rubber field latex and field coagulum (cuplump) or a blend of both.

TSR Rubbers are graded according to precise technical parameters such as content of Dirt, Ash, Nitrogen, Volatile Matter and its properties such as Wallace Plasticity (PO) and Plasticity Retention Index (PRI). It has good processing characteristics and physical properties. Southland Rubber factories are approved under the major national TSR schemes including Standard Thai Rubber (STR), Standard Indonesian Rubber (SIR), Standard Malaysian Rubber (SMR), Indian Standard Natural Rubber (ISNR) and Myanmar Standard Rubber (MSR). Sub-grades to these standards include Constant Viscosity rubbers and Mixture Rubbers made to customers’ requirement.

Mixture Rubber is processed by compounding TSR with SBR (Styrene-butadiene Rubber), with 10% or less by weight of the latter as specified by customers. 

Standard Thai Rubber

  • STR 10

  • STR 20

  • Mixture Rubber

Standard Indonesia Rubber

  • SIR 10

  • SIR 20

  • SIR 10 CV

  • SIR 20 CV

  • Mixture Rubber

Standard Malaysia Rubber

  • SMR 10

  • SMR 20

  • SMR 30

  • Mixture Rubber

Standard Myanmar Rubber

  • MSR 10

  • MSR 20

  • Mixture Rubber

TSR (Côte d’Ivorie)

  • TSR 10

  • TSR 20

RSS

Ribbed Smoked Sheets

Ribbed Smoke Sheets rubber are commonly known as RSS. It is made from coagulated latex sheet. The grades of RSS are RSS1 to RSS5 according to elasticity, colour and purity per International IRQPC Standards as recorded in the “Green Book”. These grades are determined and classified through visual examination by experienced sorters and inspectors.

Ribbed Smoked Sheets

  • RSS 
  • RSS 2
  • RSS 3
  • RSS 4
  • RSS 5

LATEX

NR Latex Concentrate

NR Latex Concentrate is processed from field latex using the centrifuge method. It contains 60% of Dry Rubber Content (DRC).

Types of NR Latex Concentrates are differentiated by varying the amount used of ammonia used such as High Ammonia (HA) and Low Ammonia (LA/LATZ). NR Latex Concentrate are marketed under strict technical specification, based on dry rubber content, non-rubber solid, alkalinity, mechanical stability and other parameters relating to ISO2504 specification.

NR Latex Concentrate

  • 60% Concentrated Latex – High Ammonia
  • 60% Concentrated Latex – Low Ammonia
  • 60% Concentrated Latex – Medium Ammonia
  • 60% Concentrated Latex – Double Centrifuge
  • SELATEX (Deproteinized Latex)