Asia Rubber-Chinese bids low; Bridgestone buys Indonesian grade
Some rubber sellers turned away from Chinese buyers this week because of low bids, but a few cargoes of Thai and Indonesian grades were sold to tyre makers, including Bridgestone Corp, dealers said on Wednesday.
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Asia Rubber-Bridgestone buys Indonesia grade; price tracks Tokyo higher
Bridgestone Corp, the world's largest tyre maker, bought Indonesian rubber for nearby delivery while other grades were also traded at higher prices this week following a rally in benchmark Tokyo futures, dealers said on Wednesday.
Bridgestone exit to pave way for new Sameer investor
The exit of Japanese multinational Bridgestone from Sameer Africa is set to pave way for a new strategic partner for the Kenyan tyre maker.
Bridgestone Debunks Four Winter Driving Myths
A snowplow can't clear the cold. When it comes to winter tires, temperature matters.
Research and Markets: Automotive Parts Aftermarket Market in US...
The analysts forecast the Automotive Parts Aftermarket in the US to grow at a CAGR of 2.04 percent over the period 2014-2018.
Bridgestone advances 'Air Free' concept
Bridgestone Corp. has upgraded its "Air Free" non-pneumatic concept tire with improved load-bearing and speed capabilities and reduced rolling resistance.
Asia Rubber -Bridgestone grabs tyre grades; China rumours persist
Bridgestone Corp and several trading houses chased Southeast Asia tyre grades this week, with the physical market looking for clues on a possible further round of Chinese stockpiling, dealers said on Thursday.
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Brisa will build a second plant in Turkey
Brisa Bridgestone Sabanc Lastik Sanayi ve Ticaret A.S. , an affiliate company of Bridgestone Corp., announced it will invest $300 million to build a second passenger tire plant in Aksaray Province Organized Industrial Zone in Turkey.
Bridgestone sues IBM for more than $600 million
Nashville-based Bridgestone Americas has sued technology giant IBM seeking more than $600 million in actual and punitive damages over a new companywide computer system - provided by IBM -- that allegedly failed on startup and "threw [Bridgestone's] entire business operation into chaos."