Goodyear’s new plant in San Luis Potosi begins trial production

Goodyear’s new plant in San Luis Potosi is 100% completed with trial production under way, it’s just a matter of weeks for the company to officially start operations, local media reported.

The 1 million-plus-square-feet facility, located in the WTC II industrial park, is Goodyear’s first new factory in the Americas in 25 years.

The plant represents a US$ 550 million investment and is scheduled to manufacture six million tires a year, including the Goodyear Eagle F1 and the Goodyear Wrangler All-Terrain Adventure with Kevlar.

The company broke ground on the project in July 2015.


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