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Cooper Tires was started in 1914 in Akron, Ohio by two brothers-in-law, John F. Schaefer and Claude E. Hart. The in-laws began by founding a business called the M&M Manufacturing Company.
MasterCraft is a subsidiary of Cooper Tire & Rubber and was founded in 1909 as a tire company that offers premium products to tire dealers across North America.
BFGoodrich® Tires became the first rubber company in the United States when it was founded in 1870 by Dr. Benjamin Franklin Goodrich in the rubber capital of the world, Akron, Ohio.
Bridgestone was founded in 1931 by Shojiro Ishibashi in Japan. Japan started slowly producing automobiles in the 1930s, and Bridgestone became the first tire manufacturing company to offer tires nationwide.
Continental has been a leading automotive industry supplier for over 100 years. Continental was founded in 1871 in Hanover, Germany, but merged with other major companies in the German rubber industry in 1928.
Dunlop started one day in 1888 when John Boyd Dunlop was watching his son ride his tricycle. Dunlop noticed how rough the ride was because the tires were treaded with metal.
In 1954, Federal Tire was founded in Taiwan by Ma Chi San. Federal Tire cooperated with the Bridgestone Corporation for almost twenty years, followed by the Sumitomo Rubber Industries.
The Firestone Tire and Rubber Company was founded in 1900 by Harvey Firestone in the rubber capital of the world—Akron, Ohio. Harvey Firestone recognized the overwhelming potential for automobile tires.
Fuzion was born for performance drivers and vehicles as a subdivision of Bridgestone, which is one of the largest tire producers in the world.
The General Tire and Rubber Company was founded in 1915 by William O’Neil and Winfred E. Fouse in Akron, Ohio, the rubber capital of the world.
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company was founded in 1898 by Frank Seiberling in Akron, Ohio. That year, the company had only thirteen employees, and began producing bicycle and carriage tires.
GT Radial Tires
GT Radial Tires are made and sold all throughout different countries including U.S., Canada, Asia, Australia, Europe, France, Indonesia, and Italy.
Hankook Tire was founded in 1941 under the name “the Chosun Tire Company” in South Korea. The Chosun Tire Company changed its name to Hankook Tire in 1968.
MICHELIN® was founded under the Michelin Rubber Factory in 1888 by Édouard and André Michelin in Paris, France. The original Rubber Company has since grown into the biggest tire manufacturer.
Mickey Thompson Tires
Mickey Thompson Performance Tires invents, develops, and produces a broad selection of specialty performance tires. The company was founded in 1963 by Marion Lee “Mickey” Thompson and Gene McMannis.
The Nexen Tire Company was established in 1942 in Korea under the name Heung-A Tire Company. Nexen Tire was recognized as the first Korean tire company in 1956.
Nokian Tires was founded in 1932 in Nokia, Finland. Since its foundation, Nokian has been the forerunner in winter tire production.
Giovanni Battista Pirelli founded Pirelli & Co. in Milan in 1872, and rubber production began within two years.
Owned by Cooper, Starfire Tires are American-designed, Asian-made sports tires. Manufactured with high performance standards and exceptional tire life, Starfire Tires are constructed to compete against premium brands.
In 1892, Uniroyal® was founded in Naugatuck, Connecticut as the United States Rubber Company, which later became Uniroyal® Inc. in 1961.
Yokohama Tire Corporation is the North American manufacturing and marketing arm of Japanese tire company, Yokohama Rubber Co., Ltd., which has been manufacturing tires since 1917.