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Last $27.74 USD
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200 Innovation Way

Akron, OH 44316

United States

Phone: 330-796-2121

Fax: 330-796-2222

unlop, and Kelly brand tires are also sold to various national and regional retail marketing firms and in Goodyear company-owned stores in the United States. Regulation: The company is subject to regulation by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, which has established various standards and regulations applicable to tires sold in the United States. Competition: This segment’s primary competitors are Bridgestone and Michelin. Other primary competitors include Continental AG, Cooper, and Pirelli. EMEA This segment develops, manufactures, distributes, and sells tires for automobiles, trucks, buses, aircraft, motorcycles, earthmoving and mining equipment, and industrial equipment throughout EMEA under the Goodyear, Dunlop, Debica, Sava, and Fulda brands; and other house brands, as well as sells tires to various export markets, primarily through intersegment sales. In 2014, this segment launched five new consumer tires, including various models in the Goodyear UltraGrip line for the winter tire segment. This segment also introduced three new commercial tires to provide tire performance to commercial customers. This segment also sells aviation tires, and manufactures and sells retreaded aviation tires; provides various retreading and related services for truck and OTR tires, primarily for its commercial truck tire customers; offers automotive repair services at retail outlets; and provides miscellaneous other products and services. Distribution: Goodyear and Dunlop brand tires are sold for replacement in EMEA through various channels of distribution, principally independent multi-brand tire dealers. In some areas, Goodyear brand tires, as well as Dunlop, Debica, Sava, and Fulda brand tires, are distributed through independent dealers, regional distributors, and retail outlets, of which approximately 125 are owned by Goodyear. Competition: This segment’s primary competitors are Michelin, Bridgestone, Continental AG, Pirelli, and others. Latin America This segment manufactures and sells automobile and truck tires throughout Central and South America and in Mexico; and sells tires to various export markets, primarily through intersegment sales. In 2014, this segment launched five new consumer tires, including a line of Goodyear Direction products aimed at the mid-tier segment. This segment also launched two commercial tires, as well as a new OTR tire for medium trucks in severe off-road applications. This segment also retreads and provides various materials and related services for retreading, truck, and aviation tires; manufactures other products, including OTR tires; and provides miscellaneous other products and services. Distribution: Goodyear brand tires are sold for replacement primarily through independent dealers. Competition: Primary competitors include Pirelli, Bridgestone, Michelin, and Continental AG. Asia Pacific This segment manufactures and sells tires for automobiles, trucks, aircraft, and farm, earthmoving and mining equipment throughout the Asia Pacific region; and sells tires to various export markets, primarily through intersegment sales. This segment also retreads truck tires and aviation tires; manufactures tread rubber and other tire retreading materials for aviation tires; provides automotive maintenance and repair services at retail outlets; and provides miscellaneous other products and services. In 2014, this segment launched three new consumer tires, including new Goodyear Cargo Marathon and Dunlop Direzza tires. This segment also launched 13 new commercial tire products in China and Australia. Distribution: This segment sells primarily Goodyear brand tires throughout the region and also sells the Dunlop brand in Australia and New Zealand. Other brands of tires, such as Blue Streak, Kelly, and Diamondback, are sold in smaller quantities. Tires are sold through a network of licensed and franchised retail stores and multi-brand retailers through a network of wholesale dealers. In Australia, the company also operates a network of approximately 245 retail stores under the Beaurepaires brand. Competition: This segment’s major competitors

 

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