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52 pages. Volume 50, number 3. Features: *Conti, Kordsa move forward with Cokoon *Apollo aspires to American Dream *Belt Concepts takes Right Lane to new arenas * Continental: 30,000 jobs to be impacted by cost-savings efforts *Hurricane spares rubber industry *Tennessee community, Groove Life grow together *Goodyearâ€™s government contracts remain intact *Former Goodyear CEO Mercer dies at 96 *Michelin announces design competition winners *Panelists talk social justice in the rubber industry *U.S., Canada square off on aluminum trade *Aluminum tariff adds wrinkle as USMCA gets going *Sustainability at core of auto makers, suppliers future *â€˜Easiest wayâ€™ to fill out PPP loan forgiveness application *Enviro deal with Michelin still on track *New name at the top: Michelin ends Bridgestoneâ€™s 11-year reign as No. 1 tire maker *2020 Global Tire Company Rankings Based on 2019 results (Includes subsidiaries) *Double-digit declines define 1st half of 2020 for tire makers *EPA leaves tire plant air pollution standards unchanged *Maxam opens advanced solid tire factory *Commerce delays deadline for ruling on Vietnam duties *Study examines Continentalâ€™s Nazi-era past *Ferrari steps right into crisis in new Bridgestone CEO role *Moves aim to strengthen Bridgestone OTR unit *Michelin still deemed most valuable tire brand *Apollo eyes growth in North American market *Tire makers commit to $5B in capital spending *Performance materials for the silica-filled tire tread *For Firestone, â€˜Greatest Spectacleâ€™ at Indy 500 is Firehawk tire *Sumitomo has big plans for Falken in N.A. *Ford sees â€˜no advantageâ€™ to making its own EV batteries.
Crain Communications Inc.
Publication Date:7 September 2020
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