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Who makes Nexen tires?

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Nexen tires are manufactured by Korean-based Nexen Tire Company. Nexen was the first tire manufacturer in Korea, and was established in 1942 under the name Heung-A Tire Company. It operated solely in Korea until 2005 when the company opened a branch in the United States.

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Since branching out to the U.S., the manufacturer has opened new offices worldwide. The company chose the name Nexen in an effort to combine the ideas of "next" and "century," a philosophy that the company considers future oriented. Nexen is committed to providing quality products to its many branches around the globe, as well as exceptional value and friendly service.

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