A pair of new franchisees for RNR Tire Express & Custom Wheels (RNR) plans to open 16 new locations in Georgia and Alabama over the next six years.
K&M Tire Inc. is expanding its headquarters in Delphos, Ohio, adding 7,000 square feet to build offices for 10 sales and accounting staff the tire distributor expects to hire in the next two years.
Denso Corp. is adding four production lines and investing $190 million in its Athens, Tenn., facility as part of its effort to produce and deliver key parts to customers.
CEMB-USA/BL Systems Inc. is expanding its Americas headquarters in Gainesville, Ga., with more warehouse, production and assembly space, a larger central call center, plus a new training center.
Icahn Automotive Group LLC, the owner of Pep Boys — Manny, Moe & Jack, is on a mission to expand its national network, and it's starting with a multi-million dollar investment in Detroit.
Tire Discounters Inc. will expand into its sixth state later this year, and says it is "also looking for other strategic opportunities."
RNR Tire Express & Custom Wheels (RNR) is expanding its footprint in the Midwest, with an agreement to open 29 new locations in Kansas, Nebraska and Iowa.
Software provider Andreoli & Associates Inc. has moved to a larger space to accommodate its growing team.
Tire’s Warehouse Inc. (TWI) celebrated the opening of its first distribution center outside of California with a big bash for tire dealers and 250 friends.
Tire Group International LLC (TGI) has expanded its wholesale tire business into Central Florida, and appointed Sean Denny as the territory manager.
Toyo Tire & Rubber Co. Ltd. is expanding its research and development space in White, Ga., to boost its North American business. The work is scheduled to be complete in 2017.
Point S is continuing its expansion around the globe, with a partnership that will bring the brand to Asia. A master franchise agreement with Goodway Integrated Industries Berhad (GIIB Group) and partners will create a dedicated company to manage and develop the Point S network.
Michelin North America Inc. is spending $8 million to increase warehouse capacity at its BFGoodrich plant in Tuscaloosa, Ala. Construction will begin in August 2016.