Continental Tire opens new employee training center in Mississippi

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Continental Tire opens the newest company Employee Training Center in Clinton, Mississippi. The total investment for the Continental manufacturing site under development in Mississippi is $1.45 billion.

“This a great day for Continental Tire and the State of Mississippi,” Gov. Bryant said. “This training center is state-of-the-art and will facilitate jobs for Mississippians for years to come.

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Conti, Pirelli raise North America tire prices

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Fort Mill, South Carolina – Tire price hikes continue in North America as Continental and Pirelli announce plans to raise tire prices in the region.

In an 8-Nov statement, Continental Tire the Americas LLC said it planned to raise prices on Continental- and General-branded passenger and light truck tires sold in the US market, effective 7 Jan.

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Cooper, Continental take top tire honors among new products

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LAS VEGAS — Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. and Continental Tire the Americas took home top honors for new tire category products at the 2018 Specialty Equipment Market Association Show.

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Conti celebrates 20 years of Slovakian truck tire plant

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Puchov, Slovakia – Continental AG has celebrated the 20th anniversary of truck tire production at its location in Puchov, where it claims to manufacture one-third of its total truck tire volume.

The event marked Continental’s partnership with Slovakian truck tire maker Matador in 1998, which led to the formation of Continental Matador Truck Tires sro.

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NHTSA grants Conti’s petition regarding mismarked tires

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WASHINGTON — The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has granted Continental Tire the Americas L.L.C.’s petition for a finding of inconsequential noncompliance in the case of 111,500 mismarked tires.

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Continental’s Tire Division Announces 3 New Business Unit Heads

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Continental has named new members to the top management of its Tire Division. Christian Koetz now leads the global business unit Commercial Vehicle Tires, which also includes Commercial Specialty Tires. He reports in this function to Nikolai Setzer, member of the executive board of Continental and head of the Tire Division. Paul Williams, the head of Commercial Vehicle Tires in the Americas, remains in his role and reports to Koetz.

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Conti recalling over 5,000 commercial vehicle tires in North America

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Washington — Continental Tire the Americas LLC is recalling 5,356 Conti Coach HA3 commercial vehicle tires, size 315/80R22.5, because of a manufacturing anomaly that could lead to a loss of internal pressure through the sidewall.

The tires being recalled were manufactured at Conti’s plant in Mount Vernon, Illinois, from 27 Aug 2017, to 28 April 2018, and sold in both the OE and replacement markets in the US, Canada and Mexico.

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Continental Announces Recall

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Continental Tire is voluntarily initiating a safety recall for 655 commercial vehicle tires.

The tires involved in the recall are 11R22.5 Conti Hybrid HS3, Load Range G, produced during DOT weeks 9, 10, and 11 of 2018, and sold in the original equipment and replacement markets in the U.S. and Canada.

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Conti recalls Conti Hybrid tires for visible cords

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WASHINGTON — Continental Tire the Americas L.L.C. is recalling 655 Conti Hybrid H53 tires, size 11R22.5, Load Range G, because tire cords may be visible through the inner liner.

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Raw materials costs hit Conti Rubber Group

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Hanover, Germany – Continental AG’s tire sales have slipped 4.4% year-on-year to €2,635.5 million in the first quarter of 2018, due in part to exchange rate effects and “changes in scope of consolidation”.

In the first three months of 2018, sales volumes for passenger and light truck tires in both original equipment business and tire replacement business were down “slightly” compared with the first quarter of 2017.

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