This week’s announcement by Nokian Tyres plc that it was building a third tire plant may not have been a huge surprise. But how that plant will help the company increase sales in North America, and affect its product lineup, is sure to interest tire dealers.
McCarthy Tire Service Inc. is retreading tires on two production lines at its new plant in Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
Michelin Group began construction of its 69th global plant in León, Guanajuato, in central Mexico, this week.
Tri-Ace Tire Corp. is building a manufacturing plant in Taiwan to accommodate increased and anticipated demand for its tires in the United States.
Kumho Tire Co. Inc. celebrated its long-awaited leap into the U.S. manufacturing sector, and its new American hometown in Macon, Ga., with the grand opening of its passenger tire plant on May 2, 2016.
Pirelli Tire North America Inc. plans to build a second tire plant in Mexico at its existing production site in Silao.
Camso Inc. has opened a solid tire manufacturing plant in Vietnam. The approximately 247,500-square foot-facility was built in 14 months.
Continental Tire the Americas LLC expects to break ground for a $1.4 billion commercial vehicle tire plant in Mississippi in a few months. The new plant will be located at a greenfield site in Hinds County off of Interstate 20, two miles from Clinton and 20 miles from Jackson.
The State of Mississippi is working to secure a $1.45 billion tire plant in Hinds County, Miss. The governor has called an extraordinary session for Feb. 4, 2016, and lawmakers are voting on state incentives to land the deal.
Sentury Tire Americas is in the initial planning stages of building a highly automated production facility in the United States. When complete, the plant will have the capacity to produce more than 10 million tires per year.
A new extreme performance tire will be available to Kumho dealers in March 2016. Kumho Tire Co. Inc. is expanding the size range of the Ecsta V720, which is original equipment on the ACR model of the fifth generation Dodge Viper.
Trelleborg AB’s Wheel Systems Americas division has manufactured its first agricultural tire in North America at its new production facility in Spartanburg, S.C.
Seventy-five years after Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. first entered Mexico, the tire manufacturer has announced it will build its new consumer tire plant in San Luis Potosi, Mexico.