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    2. CARB will regulate tire pressure starting in July 2010

      Last week, the California Air Resources Board - fresh from not banning black cars - adopted a regulation to force the 40,000 businesses in "California's automotive maintenance industry to check the tire pressure of every vehicle they service." This means that, starting in July of 2010, when you bring your car in for service in California, the shop will have to make sure that your tires filled to the manufacturer ...
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    3. USITC Makes Determinations Concerning Passenger P/LT Tires from China

      The U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC) today determined that revoking the existing antidumping and countervailing duty orders on imports of passenger vehicle and light truck tires from China would be likely to lead to continuation or recurrence of material injury within a reasonably foreseeable time. As a result of the Commissions affirmative determinations, the existing orders on imports of these products from China will remain in place.
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    4. Nokian Tyres to Add 150 Jobs at Tennessee Factory

      DAYTON, TENN. (AP) Nokian Tyres says it plans to add 150 jobs in the first half of this year at itsTennesseefactory. The Finland-based company says that it is looking for workers at its Dayton facility in mixing, tire production, maintenance and logistics areas, and those interested in general factory overhead and quality control.
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    5. NHTSA issues rule allowing R&D exemptions for U.S. manufacturers

      NHTSA has issued a closing rule that may enable U.S. manufacturers of autos and tools to hunt an exemption from federal security requirements for functions of analysis or demonstration, in keeping witha federal document. The rule permits home manufacturers that produce nonconforming autos and tools to function these merchandise on public roads probably dashing the event of automated driving techniques and different forward-looking applied sciences within the U.S ...
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    6. Turkish electric vehicle parts manufacturer to open first North American facility in Georgia

      TEKLAS, a Turkish manufacturing company and supplier of electric vehicle parts, announced earlier this month it would invest $6.5 million to open its first North American facility and headquarters in Gordon County,according to a press release from Gov. Brian Kemps office. TEKLASs 200,000-square-foot facility and headquarters will be located at 320 South Industrial Blvd. in Calhoun and is expected to create 120 jobs. Operations are scheduled to ...
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    7. US Trinseo cuts dividend, mulls synthetic-rubber sale

      HOUSTON (ICIS)--Trinseo is cutting its quarterly dividend to 8 cents/share, suspending its share repurchase programme, and is considering the sale of its synthetic rubber business, the US-based styrenics producer said on Monday. ... ... Meanwhile, Trinseo is exploring the possible divestment of its synthetic-rubber business. Our synthetic-rubber business is a very valuable asset and there are significant growth opportunities in the tyre market," Frank A. Bozich, President and CEO, said ...
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    8. Pirelli Announces Price Increase on Car, Light Truck Tires

      Pirelli will increase prices in the U.S. for car and light truck tires, with the increase varying by line and tire size. The price increase is to take effect on Jan. 1. Pirelli says the increases are due to changing market conditions. Members of the Pirelli sales team will contact customers to provide more detailed information about the changes.
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    9. USTMA expects 2020 tire shipment to improve from July 2020 projection

      USTMA expects 2020 tire shipment to improve from July 2020 projection
      The U.S. Tire Manufacturers Association (USTMA) projects U.S. tire shipments will total 298.3 million units by the end of 2020, compared to 332.7 million units in 2019. This forecast represents a significant improvement of nearly 19 million units from the 2020 volume USTMA forecasted in July, reflecting industry resilience in the face of unprecedented challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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    10. Tire Discounters Hires Crawford to Lead Franchise Program

      Tire Discounters Inc. has hired industry veteran Dave Crawford to lead its recently unveiled franchise program, which will launch in 2021. As director of franchise development, Crawford will help "accelerate the company's national growth by adding best-in-class franchise dealers" to complement its 135-plus company-owned locations, say Tire Discounters officials.
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    11. Bridgestone Illinois Plant Celebrates 55 Years

      Bridgestone Americas, Inc.s OTR plant in Bloomington, Illinois, is celebrating 55 years of operations this year. The Bloomington Tire Plant began manufacturing tires in 1965 and today employs 450 people, many of whom are the second generation of their families to work in the plant, Bridgestone says. Currently, three employees are sons of employees who worked at the Bloomington Plant in 1965.
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    12. Pyrolyx USA Indiana files for bankruptcy

      Pyrolyx USA Indiana LLC Thursday filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy a liquidation bankruptcy in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court District of Delaware. The company lists debt to creditors at more than $49.9 million. While the company lists more than $61.14 million in assets, more than $58.5 million is in machinery and equipment and land. Included in that, Pyrolyxlists the value of its plant and land at 4150 ...
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    1. The new Tennessee Plant signifies Hankook Tire's growing business in the United States and continued journey toward being a global leader in the tire industry.
      In Hankook Tire opens its first US manufacturing plant
    2. It would be counterproductive for the United States to start imposing a border tax on minerals and metals because they'd only be punishing their manufacturing industry.
      In Canadian CEOs brace for NAFTA changes as Trump and Trudeau meet
    3. A significant percentage of Hankook Tire America employees are U.S. military veterans and, as we continue to expand our footprint in the United States with the opening of our first U.S. plant in Clarksville, Tenn., we value our veteran community more than ever.
      In Hankook renews partnership with DAV