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At the time, Uniroyal was the fifth-largest tire company in the ... Goodrich Tire Company generated almost US$2 billion in ...

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The forerunner of Uniroyal, Inc.'s Eau Claire Plant was the Gillette Safety Tire ..... other U.S. Rubber Company tire plants such as Chicopee Falls and Detroit.

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Nov 24, 2016 ... Tires: "Just a Second" ~ 1938 US Rubber Company; with Liszt's ... In 1990, Uniroyal was acquired by France-based tire maker Michelin.

www.uniroyaltires.com/homepage/about-uniroyal/history-and-values.html

... has become a trusted part of the lives of millions of Americans over the five generations since we were founded as the U.S. Rubber Company in 1892.

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U.S. Rubber acquires controlling interest of the company. The plant retains the ... U.S. Rubber subsidiaries consolidate under the Uniroyal name. Company ...

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The United States Rubber Company (Uniroyal) is an American manufacturer of tires and other synthetic rubber-related products, as well as variety of items for ...

www.nytimes.com/1989/09/23/business/michelin-to-acquire-uniroyal-goodrich.html

Sep 23, 1989 ... ... after the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, based in Akron, Ohio. Uniroyal Goodrich, also based in Akron, is the second-largest American ...

www.uh.edu/engines/epi3062.htm

These four companies supplied eighty percent of U.S. tires. ... in America, and all but Uniroyal were headquartered in Akron – the “Rubber Capital of the World.

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6) O. L. Ward, Plant Manager, United States Rubber Company ... the plant from the U.S. Government, and the Scottsville Plant officially joined Uniroyal. Uniroyal  ...