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Since 1885 Avon has been producing tyres for highway use, becoming synonymous with some of the great British marques such as Rolls-Royce, Bentley, Land Rover and Caterham who fit Avon tyres as original equipment. Avon’s involvement in motorsport dates back to the 1950’s. The highlight of this era was the winning of the 1959 World Sports Car Championship with Aston Martin; including the Le Mans 24 Hour Race with Roy Salvadori and Carol Shelby at the wheel of car number 5. Avon returned to the manufacture of racing tyres in 1980. Since then, as one of the leading suppliers to the motorsport industry we have built a reputation for technical excellence. In 1981 the Wiltshire company (named after the banks of the river Avon, on which its manufacturing facilities lay) returned to the supplying of motor racing teams with a specially formed division; Avon Tyres Racing.

Since then the successes has been phenomenal as Avon rubber has kept countless champions very much on track. 30 plus British F3 titles have been won on Avons, 17 FIA F3000 titles and countless other championships from Formula Ford to European Rallycross. In World Sportscars, Aston Martin, Spice, and Ecurie Ecosse proved victorious in 1985, ’86 and ’87 with further SR2 World Championships in 2000, ‘01, ‘03 for Pilbeam, and Lola. In America the ALMS championship fell to Lola MG’s in 2000 and 2001. Ayrton Senna won the F3 championship on Avon tyres, as have Mika Hakkinen, Rubens Barichello and Takuma Sato. Jean Alesi took the spoils in the FIA F3000 championship to be followed in latter years by Ricardo Zonta, Juan Pablo Montoya and Nick Heidfeld. Jenson Button won the Formula Ford Championship and Festival in 1998, and then continued into F3 and on to be F1 Drivers Champion in 2009.
Das Unternehmen wurde 1917 in einem Joint Venture zwischen der Yokohama Cable Manufacturing und B.F. Goodrich Company (heute: Goodrich Corporation) gegründet.

Die erste eigene Fabrik wurde 1920 in Hiranuma, einem Ortsteil von Yokohama eröffnet. Diese wurde bei einem Erdbeben 1923 zerstört und bis 1929 in Tsurumi-ku wieder aufgebaut. Bis 1937 wurden die Reifen unter dem Namen Goodrich vertrieben, seither heißen sie Yokohama.

In den 1940ern expandierte das Unternehmen stark neben neuen Fabriken in Japan erwarb man auch Fabriken in China, Schanghai und Singapur. 1969 expandierte das Unternehmen in die USA als Yokohama Tire Company.

1981 verkaufte Goodrich seine Beteiligungen an Yokohama. Heute ist Yokohama der achtgrößte Reifenhersteller der Welt. 2016 übernahm man die Alliance Tire Group.
The DMACK brand was created by managing director Dick Cormack in 2009 to initially compete at the highest levels in motorsport. Alongside Michelin, the company has been an authorised tyre supplier to the FIA World Rally Championship since 2011 – competing on the world's toughest terrain across gravel, asphalt and ice.

The DMACK ethos is simple – provide competitors with an affordable, high performance tyre to compete across a range of motorsport disciplines and levels. Gaining in stature and success, DMACK scored a number of overall victories across the world and now has dealers covering over 70 countries.

Utilising it’s motorsport expertise, DMACK has now launched a range of road tyres into the consumer market. The range features a unique blend of British-designed tread patterns incorporating cutting-edge motorsport technology. DMACK road tyres offer a true mix of performance and unbeatable value for money.

DMACK is an efficient partnership between the UK and China. All DMACK tyres are designed in the UK with British technology and years of experience in world motorsport and tyre design. Tyre are manufactured in the company's bespoke facility in China with an emphasis on high-quality production and processes focused on excellence and environmental sustainability.

The production process uses state-of-the-art machinery and is accredited to ISO9001 and TS16949 allowing DMACK products to receive E-mark, S-mark, DOT, CCC and INMETRO certification.
Die Kumho Tyre Company mit Hauptsitz in Seoul wurde 1960 gegründet und ist heute mit über 60 Millionen verkauften Reifen und einem Jahresumsatz von über drei Milliarden Euro einer der führenden Reifenhersteller weltweit.

Sie ist Teil der traditionsreichen Kumho Asiana Group, einem der renommiertesten und größten Unternehmen Koreas, zu dem beispielsweise auch die Asiana Airlines, ein Mitglied der Star Alliance, gehört.

Mit über 11.000 Mitarbeitern weltweit entwickelt, produziert und vertreibt Kumho vorwiegend Reifen für PKWs, Transporter und LKWs.

Als Global Player verfügt Kumho über Produktionsstätten in den USA, in Korea, China und Vietnam. Darüber hinaus betreibt Kumho Forschungs- und Entwicklungszentren in Korea, China, Europa und Nordamerika.

Weltweit werden Reifen von Kumho in der Erstausrüstung verbaut, unter anderem bei Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Mini, Volkswagen und den koreanischen Herstellern Hyundai und Kia.

Die Kumho Tire Europe GmbH in Offenbach am Main steuert die europaweiten Vertriebs- und Marketingaktivitäten.