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Federal Will Increase Tire Prices on April 1

Posted on March 11, 2019

Federal Tire North America LLC is increasing the price of its tires in North America on April 1, 2019.

"We have tried to hold off as long as possible, but finally, we had no choice," says Joe Kao, operations manager. "Raw material cost increases along with increases in the general cost of doing business underscore the need to pass along a modest price increase of about 2.5%."

For more information, visit www.federaltireusa.com.

Related Topics: 2019 price increases, Federal, Joe Kao

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