Bridgestone Corporation engages in the manufacture and sale of a range of tires. The company supplies tires for trucks and buses, construction machinery and mining vehicles, industrial equipment, agricultural machinery, aircraft, and motorcycles. It sells products in approximately 150 countries worldwide. The company supplies a range of parts for automobiles, including antivibration rubber, air springs, seat pads, and aluminum wheels. It also makes precision components for office equipment, as well as thermo insulating and sealing materials for electrical goods. The company supplies a range of rubber products that support the development of various industries, including specialty hoses for construction and equipment applications (such as wire-blade hose used in machine tools); all types of conveyor belts; and the rubber tracks used on tractors and other agricultural machinery. It also manufactures multi-rubber bearings that are used to absorb seismic shock to buildings in an earthquake; marine fenders to protect wharves and other port fixtures; piping system components used for the supply of air or water; and rubberized roofing materials. History Bridgestone Corporation was founded in 1931.
(BGT:German Stock Exchange)
1-1, Kyobashi 3-chome
Phone: 81 3 6836 3333
Fax: 81 3 6836 3184www.bridgestone.co.jp
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