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MICHELIN® was founded under the Michelin Rubber Factory in 1888 by
Édouard and André Michelin in Paris, France. The original
Rubber Company has since grown into the biggest tire manufacturer...
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Bridgestone was founded in 1931 by Shojiro Ishibashi in Japan. Japan
started slowly producing automobiles in the 1930s, and Bridgestone became
the first tire manufacturing company to offer tires nationwide...
Continental has been a leading automotive industry supplier for over 100
years. Continental was founded in 1871 in Hanover, Germany, but merged with
other major companies in the German rubber industry in 1928...
Falken Tires was created as a high-performance brand of OHTSU Rubber &
Tire in 1983. Falken started slow, introducing products gradually, but they
started a ripple effect when Falken tires...
The Firestone Tire and Rubber Company was founded in 1900 by Harvey
Firestone in the rubber capital of the world—Akron, Ohio. Harvey
Firestone recognized the overwhelming potential for automobile tires...
The General Tire and Rubber Company was founded in 1915 by William
O’Neil and Winfred E. Fouse in Akron, Ohio, the rubber capital of the
world. General Tire entered a booming market...
Hankook Tire was founded in 1941 under the name “the Chosun Tire
Company” in South Korea. The Chosun Tire Company changed its name to
Hankook Tire in 1968...
Kumho Tire Co. Ltd., formerly known as The Samyang Tire Co., Ltd., was
founded in South Korea in 1960. Samyang Tire produced its first tire in
1961, and settled technological ties with...
The Toyo Tire & Rubber Co., Ltd. was established in Japan in 1945. In
July of 1966, U.S. operations of Toyo tires began in California. At the same
time, the distribution of commercial tires began...
Yokohama Tire Corporation is the North American manufacturing and marketing
arm of Tokyo, Japan-based The Yokohama Rubber Co., Ltd., a global
manufacturing and sales company of premium tires since 1917. Servicing an...
BFGoodrich® Tires became the first rubber company in the United States
when it was founded in 1870 by Dr. Benjamin Franklin Goodrich in the rubber
capital of the world, Akron, Ohio...
Capitol Tire is not only known for the quality tires they manufacture, but
also for delivering dependable performance at a price that’s easy on
Cooper Tires was started in 1914 in Akron, Ohio by two brothers-in-law,
John F. Schaefer and Claude E. Hart. The in-laws began by founding a
business called the M&M Manufacturing Company...
Dunlop started one day in 1888 when John Boyd Dunlop was watching his son
ride his tricycle. Dunlop noticed how rough the ride was because the tires
were treaded with metal...
Fuzion was born for performance drivers and vehicles as a subdivision of
Bridgestone, which is one of the largest tire producers in the world. Fuzion
has several types of tires...
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company was founded in 1898 by Frank
Seiberling in Akron, Ohio. That year, the company had only thirteen
employees, and began producing bicycle and carriage tires...
The Hercules Tire & Rubber Company was founded in 1952 by a group of
tire dealers and retreading companies in the northeastern United States. The
Cooper Tire & Rubber Company began manufacturing Hercules tires...
Established in 1894, Kelly Tires is the oldest American-made tire brand.
Kelly Tires was founded in Springfield, Ohio as a solid-rubber carriage and
buggy tire producer...
Giovanni Battista Pirelli founded Pirelli & Co. in Milan in 1872, and
rubber production began within two years. Pirelli began producing bicycle
tires in 1890, and the first automobile tire followed...
In 1892, Uniroyal® was founded in Naugatuck, Connecticut as the United
States Rubber Company, which later became Uniroyal® Inc. in 1961. That
same year, the Uniroyal® adopted a mascot...