If there was still any doubt that the CES technology show has turned, at least partly, into a big automotive show, Bridgestone provides an answer. For 2020, the tire company is participating in CES for the first time ever, and it’s bringing the appropriate kind of advanced tires to justify attendance. Bridgestone is showing off two kinds of tire technology at CES: a sensor-filled connected smart tire (pictured above) and ideas for airless tires.
BRUSSELS—Bridgestone secured nearly 100 new original equipment fitments in 2019 across the Europe, Middle East and Africa region, the company disclosed recently.
NOKIA, Finland — Bridgestone Corp. has reduced its shareholding in Nokian Tyres P.L.C. to 3% from 9.96%, the Finnish tire maker disclosed recently.
And as a new year approaches, the winds of change often pick up gale-force strength.
Bridgestone Americas announced the release of the new Bridgestone M704 all-position tire, designed to provide fleets optimal performance in wet weather conditions.
Engineered for regional pickup and delivery service applications, the Bridgestone M704 tire is uniquely suited for the steer and drive axle positions.
TOYKO—Bridgestone is promoting Paulo Ferrari to president, CEO and chief operating officer of Bridgestone Americas Inc.
TOKYO — Bridgestone Corp. has promoted Shuichi Ishibashi — a 41-year company veteran who held senior executive roles at the company’s North American operations throughout the 1990s — to CEO, succeeding Masaaki Tsuya, who’s held that position since 2012.
TOKYO—Bridgestone is building an “innovation park” as part of its strategy to transform into a global leader in advanced mobility and sustainability.
Toyo Tire Corp.’s President and CEO Takashi Shimizu and its Board of Directors resolved to sell a portion of its stock holdings in Bridgestone
Corporation, with whom Toyo Tire maintains business and capital
The company will sell 50% of its holdings of over 3 million shares worth 4,000 million yen on the Tokyo Stock Exchange. The sale is expected to be completed by Feb. 29, 2020.
Under a 2008 framework of business and capital alliances, Toyo