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Hankook Tire America Tweaks Logo

Posted on May 13, 2019

Although its parent company recently changed its corporate name, Hankook Tire America Corp. will keep its name the same.

However, Hanook Tire & Technology's North American subsidiary will go to market with a slightly different look. The company says it recently updated its logo to a sleeker font for promotional purposes.

"Dealers and distributors will notice their new Hankook promotional materials now reflect this logo change as well," adds a company spokesperson.

Here are the two logos, with the new logo on top.

New, sleeker logo:

Old logo:

For more information on Hankook's global name change from Hankook Tire Co. Inc. to Hankook Tire & Technology, check out this link:

"Hankook Changes Its Name."

Related Topics: Hankook logo, light truck tires, passenger tires, truck tires

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