List of tire companies

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The following table represents a list of tire companies throughout the world.

Company Country of origin Year founded Brands and subsidiaries Notes
AKA Products  United States 2008 AKA
Alliance Tire Company Ltd.[1]  Israel 1950 Alliance
American Transportation Products, LLC[2]  United States 1989 American Transportation
Apollo Tyres Ltd.[3]  India 1972 Apollo, Apollo Tyres South Africa (formerly Dunlop South Africa), Kaizen, Maloya, Regal, Vredestein,
Artawheel Tire Industrial Complex[4]  Iran 1985 Goldstone, Yazd Tire
Bangkok Metropolis Motor Co., Ltd.[5]  Thailand 1963 Cobra
TVS Tyres[6]  India 1981 TVS TYRES (TVS Eurogrip)
Barez Industrial Group[7]  Iran 1993 Barez
Belshina[8]  Belarus 1965 Belshina
Bridgestone Corporation[9][10][11]  Japan 1931 Bridgestone, Firestone, Fuzion, Seiberling (Latin America), Uniroyal (Australia), Dayton
BRISA Bridgestone Sabanci Tire Manufacturing and Trading Inc[12]  Turkey 1974 Bridgestone (Europe and Middle East), Lassa
CAMAC Tires[13]  Portugal 1967 CAMAC
Carlisle Companies, Inc.[14]  United States 1917 Carlisle Transportation Products
Casumina[15]  Vietnam 1976 Casumina, Euromina
CEAT Ltd[16]  India 1958 CEAT
Cheng Shin Rubber Ind. Co., Ltd.[17]  Taiwan 1967 Cheng Shin, Maxxis
Continental Corporation[18][19][20]  Germany 1871 Ameri*Steel (USA), Barum, Continental India Modipuram, Meerut Continental, ContiRe, ContiTread, Dunlop (Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei), Euzkadi, General Tire, Gislaved, Mabor, Matador, Point S, Semperit, Sime Tyres, Sportiva, Viking
Cooper Tires[21][22]  United States 1914 Avon, Cooper, Dean, Eldorado, Mastercraft, Mentor (new brand introduced in spring 2012), Starfire, Definity, Roadmaster, Mickey Thompson, Dick Cepek, Chengshan, Austone, and Fortune
Danang Rubber Company[23]  Vietnam 1993 DRC
Dena Tire And Rubber Manufacturing Company[24]  Iran 1954[25] Dena Tire
Diamond Tyres Limited[26]  Pakistan 1968 Mohawk, Diamond
DMACK[27]  United Kingdom DMACK
Douglas Tires  United States 1990 Douglas Tires. Manufactured at Goodyear/ Kelly production plants.
Ralson India Limited  India 1967 Ralco, Ralson - Tow Wheeler, Three Wheeler, ADV, FARM, ULT, LCV Tyres
East Bay Tire Co.[28]  United States 1946 Dawg Pound Tires
FATE[29]  Argentina 1940 FATE
Federal Corporation[30]  Taiwan 1954 Federal, Hero
General Tyre & Rubber Company of Pakistan Limited[31]  Pakistan 1963 General
Giti[32]  Singapore Giti Tire,[33] GT Radial,[34] Primewell,[35] Runway, Dextero, Hualin, Greatwall, Roadpro
Goodyear[36]  United States 1898 Dębica,[37] Douglas, Dunlop, Fierce, Fulda, Goodyear, Kelly-Springfield, Sava Tires
Hankook Tire[38][39][40]  South Korea 1941 Aurora, Hankook, Kingstar, Laufenn
Haq Tyres & Rubber Industries[41]  Pakistan 2003 Flying Hawk
Hoosier Racing Tire[42]  United States 1957 Hoosier
Hutchinson SNC[43]  France 1957 Hutchinson Tires
Inoue Rubber Co., Ltd.  Japan 1926 IRC Tire
Interstate Tire & Rubber Company[44]  Netherlands 1973 Interstate Tires
J. K. Organisation[45]  India JK Tyres, Tornel
Kenda Rubber Industrial Company[46]  Taiwan 1962 Kenda
Kesoram Industries[47]  India Birla
Kumho Tires[48][49]  South Korea 1960 Admiral, Marshal, Kumho, Zetum
Lego Group[50]  Denmark 1932 World's largest manufacturer of tires by number of units (318 million in 2011). Manufactures toy tires for its building block set. Began tire production in 1962.[50]
Lucas Classic Tires  United States 1957 Bedford, Custom Classic, Lucas, Royalton, Wards Riverside
Marangoni S.p.A[51]  Italy 1945 Marangoni (tyres), Eltor (industrial tyres)
Michelin Group[52][53][54][55][56]  France 1889 BFGoodrich, Kleber, Kormoran, Michelin, Riken, Taurus, Uniroyal (North America), Tigar Tyres, Strial
Mitas, a. s.[57]  Czech Republic 1933 Mitas, Continental (agricultural tyres) Subsidiary of CGS Holding, a. s.
MRF Tyres[58]  India 1946 MRF
Nankang Rubber Tire[59][60]  Taiwan 1959 Nankang, Sonar, Star Performer TNG
Nexen Tire[61][62]  South Korea 1942 Nexen, Roadstone, Capital
Nokian Tyres Group[63]  Finland 1898 Nokian, Nordman
Omni United Pte Ltd.[64]  Singapore 2003 Radar Tires, Goodride(tires), Corsa (tires), RoadLux (tires)
Panaracer  Japan 1953 Panaracer
Panther Tyres[65]  Pakistan 1983 Panther
Pirelli[66][67]  Italy 1872 Agom, Courier, Metzeler, Pirelli, Formula[68]
Petlas  Turkey 1976 Petlas, Starmaxx
Pro-Line  United States 1982 Pro-Line
Rosava[69]  Ukraine 1972 Rosava
Rubena, a. s.[70]  Czech Republic 1908 Rubena Subsidiary of CGS Holding, a. s.
Ralf Bohle  Germany 1922 Schwalbe
Scantyre AB[71][72]  Sweden 2004 AGI The AGI tire brand was acquired in 2013. AGI itself was founded back in 1994.[73]
Servis  Pakistan 1970 Servis Tyres
Shanghai Huayi (Group) Company[74]  China Double Coin, Warrior
STARCO[75]  Denmark 1962 Tusker
Sumitomo Rubber Industries[76][77][78]  Japan 1909 Dunlop (Japan), Falken, Goodyear (Japan), Sumitomo, Multi-Mile, Sigma, Cordovan, Vanderbilt
Titan Tire Corporation[79]  United States 1890 Continental (farm tires), Goodyear (farm tires), Titan
Toyo Tire & Rubber Company[80]  Japan 1943 Nitto, Silverstone, Toyo
Trelleborg AB[81]  Sweden 1905 Trelleborg
Triangle Group[82]  China 1976 Triangle Group, Diamond back
Vee Rubber Group[83]  Thailand 1977 Vee Rubber, NIKA, VEENTO
Vogue Tyre and Rubber Co.  United States 1914
Vittoria  Italy 1953 Vittoria, Geax
Yokohama Rubber Company[84]  Japan 1910 Advan, Mohawk, Yokohama

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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