The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company began in 1898 with only 13 laborers delivering bike and carriage tires. From that first bike tire, Goodyear rapidly developed to turn into the world’s biggest tire organization, a title it earned in 1916 when it embraced the trademark “A greater number of individuals ride on Goodyear tires than on some other kind.”
Today, Goodyear has offices over the world and yearly offers of more than $15 billion. Notwithstanding Goodyear-brand tires, we produce other well-regarded worldwide brand names, including Dunlop, Kelly, Fulda, Sava and Debica, and our non-tire business gives elastic items and polymers to an assortment of business sectors.
Goodyear is one of the biggest tire organizations on the planet. Find out about our business workplaces, fabricating offices and retail stores over the globe.