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A Mid-Year Report on Truck Tire Market Share

Bob Ulrich
Posted on June 26, 2019

All the numbers for the first six months of the year are not in yet. However, import numbers through the first three months of the year and first-quarter company announcements give us a good idea of what mid-year replacement truck tire market share in the U.S. looks like.

Here are Modern Tire Dealer’s estimates for brand share at the halfway point of 2019.

And before you ask, yes, we took tariffs into consideration.

Medium/Heavy Truck Tire

Brand Share Estimates

(based on 19.9 million units)

Brand2019
Bridgestone13.5%
Michelin13.5%
Goodyear10.0%
Yokohama8.5%
Firestone7.5%
Continental6.0%
Double Coin4.0%
Roadmaster3.5%
Hankook3.0%
Hercules2.5%
Sailun2.5%
BFGoodrich2.0%
Dynatrac2.0%
Falken2.0%
General2.0%
Toyo2.0%
Westlake2.0%
Aeolus1.5%
Dayton1.5%
Dynacargo1.5%
Sumitomo1.5%
Duraturn1.0%
Gladiator 1.0%
Kelly1.0%
RoadOne1.0%
Samson1.0%
Others5.0%

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