An automotive battery manufacturer owned by Hankook Tire Co. Ltd. will join the tire maker's U.S. subsidiary in Clarksville, Tenn. AtlasBX Co. Ltd. will build a manufacturing plant there and plans to produce 2.4 million batteries a year.
What does the new $800 million consumer tire plant in Clarksville, Tenn., do for Hankook Tire America Corp. and its parent company? It “solidifies our presence in the U.S.,” said Seung Hwa Suh, CEO and vice chairman of Hankook Tire Co. Ltd., at the grand opening of the plant on Oct. 17.
A premium touring all-season tire will be the first from Hankook Tire America Corp. to be built exclusively at the company's new tire production facility in Clarksville, Tenn.
Tire dealers will be able to sell American-made Hankook passenger and light truck tires beginning in 2016. That is when the first phase of Hankook Tire America Corp.’s tire plant in Clarksville, Tenn., will be completed.
Did you know that no peace treaty was signed following the end of the Korean War? That means it technically remains an on ongoing conflict.
Hankook Tire America Corp. has made a major commitment to DAV (Disabled American Veterans). As a sponsor of the DAV’s Mobile Service Office (MSO) program, Hankook’s $50,000 contribution will help DAV continue to bring free services directly to veterans where they live.
Hankook Tire America Corp. executives have no doubt finalized their marketing plans for 2014 -- and can't wait to unveil them at this year's Hankook dealer meeting in Jamaica in February.
In Clarksville, Tenn., $800 million will build you a consumer tire plant. Hankook Tire Co. Inc. will begin construction of its eighth tire production facility worldwide – and first in the United States -- in Clarksville in 2014.