Bridgestone Will Raise Tire Prices on March 1

Posted on January 26, 2017

Now there are five. Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations LLC is the latest tire company to announce price increases in 2017.

Effective March 1, Bridgestone says it will adjust prices up to 8% across a range of passenger, light truck, off-the-road and agricultural tire products and tubes in North America.

The reason for the increases? Rising raw material costs “and other market dynamics.”

The new pricing will vary by business unit and by product line.

“Our sales and account teams will soon provide further details to our customers,” adds Bridgestone.

For more information on all the upcoming price increases, check out these links:

"Nexen to Its Dealers: Expect Tire Price Increases on March 1."

"Carlstar To Raise Prices on All Brands By March 1"

"Cooper Anticipates Raising Tire Prices Close to Feb. 1."

"Goodyear Will Increase Tire Prices Effective Feb. 1."

Related Topics: 2017 price increases, BATO, commercial tires, raw material costs, truck tires

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