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Titan Is 'Optimistic Heading into 2021,' Says Hawkins

More good things are around the corner for ag tire manufacturers and dealers, Paul Hawkins, senior vice president of aftermarket sales for Titan International Inc., recently told MTD. In this exclusive interview, Hawkins discusses the state of ag tire demand in North America, new products that Titan will roll out during 2021 and more.


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BFS meeting

Bridgestone Embraces Future Mobility 'Turning Point'

Gabriel Asbun succinctly articulated Bridgestone Americas Inc.’s long-term strategy during the company’s all-digital 2020 Consumer Tire Business Meeting, which was held on Nov. 18. “Our number one priority is to continue to create a stronger tire business that will start with delivering the right mix of products to help meet the needs of your customers today, while at the same time investing in tire-centric and mobility solutions for tomorrow."


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Cooper Foundation Supports Toys for Tots

The Cooper Tire Foundation is supporting Toys for Tots as its national charity for the 2020 holiday season. In addition to a cash gift, the tiremaker's foundation is donating 10,000 miniature cars, trucks and other vehicles to the organization for children in need.


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ZC Rubber warehouse

ZC Rubber Opens New Warehouse

ZC Rubber America Inc. is opening a new distribution center in December 2020 so serve the eastern U.S. The warehouse, located in Statesville, N.C., will serve as the distribution hub for Arisun truck tire customers and dealers in the region.


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Toyo Treadpass

Toyo Treadpass Moves Online

Toyo Tire U.S.A. Corp. has revamped the traditional in-person Toyo Treadpass at the SEMA Show into a three-dimensional, virtual experience with a dozen one-of-a-kind vehicles making their world debut.


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Capitol

TIA Says 'Split Congress' Is Likely Next Year

In a legislative update sent out today, the Tire Industry Association (TIA) said it believes "we will still be working with a split Congress" following the Jan. 5 run-off election in Georgia. TIA officials also shared further thoughts on issues the incoming Biden Administration will tackle.


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