Articles Tagged with ''Michelin''

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Michelin Launches New BFGoodrich Advantage Control

Michelin North America Inc. says its new BFGoodrich Advantage Control tire delivers all-season traction and handling for passenger cars, crossover vehicles and minivans. The tire will be available in Canada on March 1. It will launch in the United States and Mexico on April 1.

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Michelin Unveils Its First EV Tire for North America

Michelin North America Inc. is bringing its first tire specifically designed for electric vehicles to the North American market. The Michelin Pilot Sport EV, which is already sold in China, will be available in the United States and Canada during the third quarter of 2021.

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Michelin Reports 2020 Sales, Income Declines

The Michelin Group posted global sales of 20 billion euros during 2020, a 15% decline from previous-year levels. The company's segment operating income for the full year totaled slightly more than1.8 billion euros, a 37% drop from 2019 results.

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Michelin Donates to Freedom of Movement Exhibit

Michelin North America joined with the International African American Museum in a partnership that will focus on freedom in the age of mobility. The  mission is to honor untold stories of the African American journey through educational exhibits.

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Michelin Adds 30 Sizes to CrossClimate2

Michelin North America Inc. has more than doubled the number of sizes available in the CrossClimate2 tire. The additional sizes mean the tire covers more than two-thirds of the most popular cars and crossovers in North America.

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Michelin Rounds Out 49-Inch OTR Tire Lineup

Michelin North America, Inc., has introduced the Michelin XD Mineworks, a new 49-inch tire for 100-ton mining and quarry dump trucks. The tire is available in size 27.00R49 and completes the company's 49-inch OTR tire portfolio.

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Michelin Says Global Tire Demand is Rebounding

The Michelin Group's sales through the third quarter of 2020 totaled 15 billion euros, down nearly 17% from the same nine-month period in 2019. But the company says global tire demand picked up "more strongly than expected" during the third quarter.

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