AKRON — As the war in Ukraine continues, tire manufacturers across the globe continue to react, both from a production and humanitarian standpoint.
Seven international tire makers have factories in Russia: Bridgestone Corp., Continental A.G., Michelin Group, Nokian Tyres P.L.C., Pirelli Tyre S.p.A., Titan International Inc. and Yokohama Rubber Co. Ltd., along with four domestic companies.
In addition, several others, including Apollo Tyres Ltd., Hankook Tire & Technology Co. Ltd. and Goodyear — have facilities in countries bordering Ukraine.
There are four tire plants located in Ukraine, operated by C.J.S.C. Rosava; Dneproshina J.S.C.; Eurotire Inc.; and Valsa Bila Tserkva Tire Factory. None is ranked among the top 25 global tire makers, according to Tire Business figures.
Several tire makers have released statements about the situation. Here is a rundown of what each has reported, by tire maker
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