Does Michelin make Sumitomo tires?
No. Sumitomo belongs to the Japanese conglomerate, the Sumitomo Group. It owns the brands Dunlop and Falken. On the other hand, Michelin’s brand portfolio consists of tires from Kleber, Uniroyal-Goodrich, SASCAR, Camso and of course, Michelin.
Where are Sumitomo tires made?
Located in Tonawanda, NY, a suburb of Buffalo, our expanding facility produces over 4 Million tires annually for a variety of applications such as passenger cars, trucks, buses and motorcycles.
Who makes Sumitomo tires?
Sumitomo Tires is the premium export brand of Sumitomo Rubber Industries, Ltd. (SRI) and is one of the most successful and influential tire manufacturers in the world. Within the tire industry, Sumitomo enjoys a well-earned reputation for innovative design, precision engineering, and superior quality.