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Titan, USW reach tentative labor deal
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FREEPORT, Ill.—Titan International Inc. and the United Steelworkers union have reached a tentative, five-year labor agreement. The deal covers Local 164 in Des Moines, Iowa; Local 745 in...
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FREEPORT, Ill.—Titan has reached a tentative labor contract with three USW locals. FREEPORT, Ill.—Titan has reached a tentative labor contract with three USW locals. $FREEPORT, Ill.—Titan has reached a tentative labor contract with three USW locals.
Roembke acquires automation company
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OSSIAN, Ind.—Mold maker Roembke Manufacturing & Design Inc. has acquired the assets of Design Facts Inc., an automation company in Fort Wayne, Ind., for an undisclosed price. With the...
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OSSIAN, Ind.—Mold maker Roembke Manufacturing & Design has acquired the assets of Design Facts, an automation company in Fort Wayne, Ind. OSSIAN, Ind.—Mold maker Roembke Manufacturing & Design has acquired the assets of Design Facts, an automation company in Fort Wayne, Ind. $OSSIAN, Ind.—Mold maker Roembke Manufacturing & Design has acquired the assets of Design Facts, an automation company in Fort Wayne, Ind.
Researchers bring 'Thubber' to life
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PITTSBURGH—"Flubber" was just a joke from the Walt Disney Studios. But "thubber," a thermally conductive rubber material for making soft, stretchable machines and electronics, is now a...
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PITTSBURGH—Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have developed an electrically insulating composite that offers a combination of metal-like thermal conductivity and elasticity capable of stretching more than six times its initial length. PITTSBURGH—Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have developed an electrically insulating composite that offers a combination of metal-like thermal conductivity and elasticity capable of stretching more than six times its initial length. $PITTSBURGH—Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have developed an electrically insulating composite that offers a combination of metal-like thermal conductivity and elasticity capable of stretching more than six times its initial length.
Changed vote makes difference in ITC decision
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WASHINGTON—The shift of one vote caused the International Trade Commission to make a final determination that the U.S. truck and bus tire manufacturing industry is not being materially...
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WASHINGTON—The shift of one vote caused the International Trade Commission to make a final determination that the U.S. truck and bus tire manufacturing industry is not being materially injured because of imports from China. WASHINGTON—The shift of one vote caused the International Trade Commission to make a final determination that the U.S. truck and bus tire manufacturing industry is not being materially injured because of imports from China. $WASHINGTON—The shift of one vote caused the International Trade Commission to make a final determination that the U.S. truck and bus tire manufacturing industry is not being materially injured because of imports from China.
Goodyear, Cooper Tire employees honored with STEP Ahead awards
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AKRON—The Manufacturing Institute will honor five women who work for Goodyear and Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. at its upcoming Women in Manufacturing STEP (Science, Technology, Engineering...
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AKRON—The Manufacturing Institute will honor five women who work for Goodyear and Cooper at its upcoming Women in Manufacturing STEP (Science, Technology, Engineering and Production) Ahead Awards. AKRON—The Manufacturing Institute will honor five women who work for Goodyear and Cooper at its upcoming Women in Manufacturing STEP (Science, Technology, Engineering and Production) Ahead Awards. $AKRON—The Manufacturing Institute will honor five women who work for Goodyear and Cooper at its upcoming Women in Manufacturing STEP (Science, Technology, Engineering and Production) Ahead Awards.
James Walker to unveil new elastomer family
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CHESHIRE, England—A sealing products manufacturer from the United Kingdom is ready to release a new family of elastomers it will use in its goods to meet the ever-increasing demands of the...
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CHESHIRE, England—A sealing products manufacturer from the United Kingdom is ready to release a new family of elastomers it will use in its goods to meet the ever-increasing demands of the oil and gas industry. CHESHIRE, England—A sealing products manufacturer from the United Kingdom is ready to release a new family of elastomers it will use in its goods to meet the ever-increasing demands of the oil and gas industry. $CHESHIRE, England—A sealing products manufacturer from the United Kingdom is ready to release a new family of elastomers it will use in its goods to meet the ever-increasing demands of the oil and gas industry.
Oil and gas market looking up, but profits hard to come by
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WASHINGTON—This year will be better than 2016 for the oil and gas industry and the rubber and polymer product manufacturers that supply them, according to industry officials and experts....
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WASHINGTON—This year will be better than 2016 for the oil and gas industry and the rubber and polymer product manufacturers that supply them, according to industry officials and experts. WASHINGTON—This year will be better than 2016 for the oil and gas industry and the rubber and polymer product manufacturers that supply them, according to industry officials and experts. $WASHINGTON—This year will be better than 2016 for the oil and gas industry and the rubber and polymer product manufacturers that supply them, according to industry officials and experts.
China slides to No. 2 tire trading partner
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AKRON—Canada replaced China last year as the No. 1 trading partner of the U.S. in tires. The value of China's imports to the U.S.—impacted primarily by the cut in consumer tire...
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AKRON—Canada replaced China last year as the No. 1 trading partner of the U.S. in tires. AKRON—Canada replaced China last year as the No. 1 trading partner of the U.S. in tires. $AKRON—Canada replaced China last year as the No. 1 trading partner of the U.S. in tires.
ITC antidumping decision brings mixed reactions
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As with any decision regarding imported tires and tariffs and duties, there are winners and losers.That certainly is the case following the surprising Feb. 22 decision by the U.S. International...
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As with any decision regarding imported tires and tariffs and duties, there are winners and losers. As with any decision regarding imported tires and tariffs and duties, there are winners and losers. $As with any decision regarding imported tires and tariffs and duties, there are winners and losers.
Henkel, Benteler making composite leaf springs for Volvo
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DUESSELDORF, Germany—Laundry and personal care products-to-reactive polyurethane systems company, Henkel A.G. and automotive composites firm Benteler S.G.L. are supplying polyurethane...
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DUESSELDORF, Germany—Henkel and Benteler are supplying polyurethane composite leaf springs to the Volvo S90 and V90 following their introduction on the XC90 crossover SUV. DUESSELDORF, Germany—Henkel and Benteler are supplying polyurethane composite leaf springs to the Volvo S90 and V90 following their introduction on the XC90 crossover SUV. $DUESSELDORF, Germany—Henkel and Benteler are supplying polyurethane composite leaf springs to the Volvo S90 and V90 following their introduction on the XC90 crossover SUV.
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Published on August 20, 2001

The world's tire production facilities

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Date Published August 20, 2001
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These tables list worldwide tire-making plants.

The listing is broken into seven geographical regions: North America, including Mexico, Central and South America; Europe, including Russia and most of the former Soviet Bloc nations; Asia, including India, Japan, the Pacific Rim and former states of the Soviet Union located in Asia; Africa and the Middle East; and Australia and New Zealand.

The tables list tire makers, followed in parentheses by the parent firm's name. Plant information shows: the year each unit opened; whether the plant's workers belong to a union; the number of production workers employed; types of tires made at the facility; and production capacity at the plant.

Information has been obtained from the companies or other sources. The abbreviations are:

* TIRE TYPES: 1-Auto; 2-Light truck' 3-Truck/bus; 4-Agricultural; 5-Motorcycle; 6-Earthmover/OTR; 7-Industrial; 8-Aircraft; 9-Racing

* TIRE CONSTRUCTION: R-Radial; B-Bias-ply

* PLANT CAPACITIES: u/d-units per day; u/w-units per week; u/m-units per month; u/y-units per year; t/d-tons per day; t/w-tons per week; t/m-tons per month; t/y-tons per year.

7 lists: see printed publication

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