Congressmen from South Carolina and Tennessee have formed the bipartisan Congressional Tire Caucus which, among other things, will highlight the tire industry's economic impact on the country.
When National Tire Safety Week returns May 20-27, consumers will be prompted to "know your roll" and perform basic tire maintenance.
Seven tire manufacturers with U.S. production facilities were recognized by the U.S. Tire Manufacturers Association (USTMA) for their safety records and improvements.
The Scrap Tire Research and Education Foundation (STREF) will host its eighth Scrap Tire Conference in the nation's largest tire production state. Greenville, S.C., will be the meeting spot on Dec. 4-5, 2019.
Anne Forristall Luke, CEO and president of the U.S. Tire Manufacturers Association (USTMA) was elected vice chair of the National Association of Manufacturers Council of Manufacturing Associations (CMA) board of directors.
In 1990, there were close to 1 billion scrap tires stockpiled in the U.S. That total is down 94%, to 60 million, according the 2017 U.S. Scrap Tire Management Summary.
Chief executives of tire manufacturing associations in Europe, Canada, Japan, Korea and the U.S. met in Washington, D.C. to discuss key issues facing the industry.
On Thursday, the Trump Administration imposed tariffs on steel and aluminum imported from Canada, Mexico and the European Union. The U.S. Tire Manufacturers Association (USTMA) wasted no time responding.
Six tire makers with U.S. operations were honored by the U.S. Tire Manufacturers Association (USTMA) for their efforts to advance worker health and safety in 2017.
Leaders of 10 tire makers with production facilities in the U.S. have sent a letter to President Donald Trump asking him to rethink the 25% tariff on imported steel, saying the measure would have a significant and negative impact on their business.
The Indiana House of Representatives has overwhelmingly approved legislation that bans the installation of unsafe, used tires on vehicles.
An Indiana lawmaker has introduced a bill to ban the installation of unsafe, used tires on vehicles.
Ohio is a step closer to passing a law prohibiting the installation of unsafe used tires after the state Senate passed legislation on Dec. 13, 2017.