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This major investment will be done in Goodyear‘s manufacturing plant for off-the-road (OTR) and medium truck tyres.

“The demand for premium OTR tires continues to grow worldwide thanks to the expansion of mining and construction operations, as well as developments in the port and industrial segments,” said David Anckaert, vice president of Goodyear’s commercial tyre business in Europe. “This important investment in our operations will allow us to respond to the growing demand and to better serve the daily operations of our customers in the field with a complete portfolio of high-quality products and total mobility solutions both for trucks and off-the-road machines.”

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