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  • Schwalbe (tire manufacturer)

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    Merida Big Seven mountain bike with Schwalbe Racing Ralph 27.5" tiresSchwalbe is a brand name of Ralf Bohle GmbH, a German manufacturer of bicycle, scooter and wheelchair tires. Schwalbe produces a wide range of tires for different cycling applications, but is best known for its commuting, touring and utility tires such as the Marathon range. Bicycles with small wheel sizes such as 16" (Brompton) or 20" (BMX) are also catered for, a market ignored by some larger manufacturers. Schwalbe is based in Reichshof-Wehnrath near Cologne, Germany, manufacturing is carried out in its Indonesian factory, which is coowned, with its Korean joint-venture, production partner, PT Hung-A.

  • Apollo Tyres

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    thumbApollo Tyres Ltd is the world's 11th biggest tyre manufacturer, with annual consolidated revenues of ₹146.74 billion (US$2.28 billion) in March 2018. It was incorporated in 1972. Its first plant was commissioned in Perambra, Thrissur, Kerala, India. The company now has four manufacturing units in India, 1 in Netherlands and 1 in Hungary. It has a network of nearly 5,000 dealerships in India, of which over 2,500 are exclusive outlets. It gets 69% of its revenues from India, 26% from Europe and 5% from other geographies. Apollo announced its entry into the two-wheeler tyre segment with contract manufacturing in March 2016. In November 2016, the company signed a MoU with the Government of Andhra Pradesh to set up a new factory in Andhra Pradesh to manufacture tyres for two-wheelers and pick-up trucks. The company's second plant in Europe, was inaugurated by the Hungarian Prime Minister, Viktor Orban, on April 2017.

  • Firestone Tire and Rubber Company

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    Firestone Tire and Rubber Company is an American tire company founded by Harvey Firestone in 1900 initially to supply solid rubber side-wire tires for fire apparatus, and later, pneumatic tires for wagons, buggies, and other forms of wheeled transportation common in the era. Firestone soon saw the huge potential for marketing tires for automobiles, and the company was a pioneer in the mass production of tires. Harvey Firestone had a personal friendship with Henry Ford, and used this to become the original equipment supplier of Ford Motor Company automobiles, and was also active in the replacement market. In 1988, the company was sold to the Japanese Bridgestone Corporation.

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