Tire Review Podcast: Hankook’s New All-Weather Tire & COVID-19 Effects


As the fall and winter seasons approach, your customers will be coming into your shop to gear up for the weather ahead – and some may need new tires. Luckily, you have options. Maybe you fit them with an all-season depending on where you live, or perhaps their best bet is a designated winter tire. For situations sandwiched between those two, a tire in the all-weather segment could be a better bet.

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Hankook launches all-weather Kinergy 4S2 tire for the US Market


Hankook Tire announced it has launched its all-weather Kinergy 4S2 in the North American market.

The IF Design Award-winning Kinergy 4S2 features excellent dry, wet and snow performance complete with a Three-Peak Mountain Snowflake rating. The Kinergy 4S2 will be offered in rim diameters between 15-20 inches and will carry a 60K mile warranty, road hazard warranty and 30-day free trial.

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Hankook Tire’s MLB ‘Never Halfway’ Campaign Returns


Leading global tire maker  Hankook Tire  today announced the second phase of its Major League Baseball (MLB) ‘Never Halfway’ integrated marketing campaign. Two ads, “Long Catch” and “Perfect Pitch” will hit American airwaves this July to promote Hankook’s partnership with MLB.

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Hankook renews support for Air Ambulance Service

Hankook Tyre UK has renewed its partnership with the Air Ambulance Service, first established with the first sets of tyres supplied in 2017. The tyre manufacturer provide tyres for its Rapid Response Critical Care car fleet, which supports its helicopter fleet, throughout 2020. Since the partnership began, the Air Ambulance Service have been able to switch to operating 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and have extended their car fleet with the addition of two new Škoda Kodiaqs.

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Hankook Tire Announces Financial Results for the Second Quarter of 2020

Seoul, Korea / Neu-Isenburg, Germany, August 3, 2020 – Premium tyre maker Hankook announced today the company’s financial result for 2020 Q2 with consolidated global sales of KRW 1.37 trillion (approx. 1.017 billion Euro) and an operating profit of KRW 70.1 billion (approx. 52.1 million Euro).


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Michelin Remains the World’s Most Valuable and Strongest Tire Brand

Michelin remains the world’s most valuable and strongest tire brand with a brand value of US$7.1 billion and a BSI score of 86.2 out of 100. Michelin is by far the strongest brand in the tire segment with an advantage of 9 BSI points over the second strongest brand in the industry, Bridgestone (up 1% to US$7.0 billion). Michelin is the thought leader in the industry, its product diversification into punctureless tires with its Uptis prototype and association with premium events and excellent performance, have helped the brand maintain its strength and status

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Hankook Tire America Corp. Announces Curtis Brison as Vice President of PCLT Sales


NASHVILLE, Tenn. Leading global tire maker Hankook Tire announces that Curtis Brison has been named as Hankook Tire America’s U.S. Passenger Car and Light Truck (PCLT) Sales Vice President effective June 1, 2020 . In this role, he will be responsible for all U.S. PCLT sales and corporate accounts. Hankook Tire America Corp. Announces Curtis Brison as Vice President of U.S. Passenger Car and Light Truck (PCLT) Sales.

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Hankook wins platinum medal for CSR engagement, sustainability


Tyre manufacturer Hankook has received a platinum medal for its corporate social responsibility (CSR) engagement. The medal was awarded by the French rating agency Ecovadis in particular recognition of Hankook’s sustainability initiatives. The medal is awarded to companies in the top one per cent of their industry sector.

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Hankook Tire Data Reveals Driving Attitudes During Pandemic

New research from Hankook Tire reveals that as COVID-19 has kept many Americans home, three-in-four (76%) say they miss being behind the wheel.

The survey also found that there is a desire to spend more time on the road, as 60% of Americans say they want to take more trips by car as a result of the pandemic.

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Hankook Tire Announces 2020 Q1 Financial Results

Hankook Tire announced the company’s 2020 Q1 financial results, with consolidated global sales of KRW 1.4358 trillion and an operating profit of KRW 105.9 billion.

The company’s earnings have declined due to a sharp drop in tire demand, caused by the worldwide economic slowdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic. COVID-19 has had a large overall impact on major global markets, including a decrease in demand for original equipment tires and replacement tires.

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