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Are Bridgestone tires made in Thailand?

Are Bridgestone tires made in Thailand?

At present, its manufacturing capacity in Thailand accounts for 10% of the total, with production of Bridgestone rubber tyres worldwide totalling 1.8 million tonnes.

Does Thailand make good tires?

He told Traction News the country is experiencing phenomenal growth in its tire industry because Thai natural rubber is high quality and the country has a large base of skilled and knowledgeable tire and rubber workers to draw from.

What tire brand are made in Thailand?

Bridgestone, Michelin and Goodyear are the major tyre companies in Thailand. However, Toyo Tyres, Nokian and Apollo have also entered into the tyre market in 2013 which is making it more competitive yet compelling market for tyres.

What country are Bridgestone tires made?

Bridgestone Corporation is a Japan-based tire manufacturer, the largest in the world (as of 2015-16). The company provides passenger, off-road, commercial, truck, motorbike, bicycle, and other types of tires.

Is Michelin made in Thailand?

Michelin (Thailand) was established in 1987 and consists of three tyre factories and one steel cord factory that operates under Michelin Siam Company Limited and Michelin Research Asia (Thailand) Co., Ltd.

Are Bridgestone made in Indonesia?

Bridgestone Astra Indonesia (BSAI) held a grand opening ceremony for its new manufacturing plant in Purwakarta, Jawa Barat, Indonesia. BSAI was established in August 2015 as a joint venture between Bridgestone and PT Astra Otoparts Tbk (Astra Otoparts).

What are Otani tires?

Otani Tires is a tire manufacturer based in Thailand established in 2008. The company makes passenger, SUV, truck and bus tires for long-haul and on and off-road applications and all weather use.

Where is Michelin XM2+ made?

Unlike Japanese tyres that are too soft and noisy, the XM2 has the perfect balance between longevity, performance and low noise. I used to buy Japan made Michelins and I am told they are all made in Thailand.

Is Bridgestone a Japanese company?

On March 1, 1931, in Kurume, Fukuoka, Japan, Shojiro Ishibashi founded Bridgestone, the company that is now one of the world’s largest tire and rubber companies. Translated literally, the name “Ishibashi” means “Stone Bridge,” which became the origin of Bridgestone’s name.