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In 1987, its first full year of operation, the new Uniroyal Goodrich Tire Company generated almost US$2 billion in sales revenue, with profit of about US$35 million. However, the merger soon proved to be difficult. In June 1988, B.F. Goodrich sold its 50% stake to a group of investors led ...

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inner tubes, and products, such as pneumatic tractor tires. Gillette made significant contributions to the rubber industry in these and other technical areas. In 1931, United States Rubber Company purchased a substantial interest in Gillette as part of an effort to obtain a greater share of the automobile tire market. U.S. Rubber,.

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

That's why Uniroyal 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. Uniroyal tires muscled up the muscle cars and gripped the road like tiger paws. Our latest power lines continue this innovation, rolling Americans into the ...

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May 19, 2009 ... The United States Rubber Company, renamed Uniroyal Inc. in 1961, was founded in Naugatuck in 1892 and maintained its corporate headquarters there until the 1980s. The Footwear Division manufactured Keds “sneakers” in Naugatuck from 1917 until the 1980s. U.S. Rubber also produced Naugahyde ...

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Experiencing financial trouble, the company reorganizes under new management. 1935. United Rubber Workers of America Local 19 forms. 1940- 1959. 1940. U.S. Rubber acquires controlling interest of the company. The plant ... Uniroyal-Tire 1965. The facility expands, making the plant the nation's third largest tire factory.

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historic name United States Rubber Company Mill Complex other names/site number R1. Locomotive Works. American Locomotive Co., Joseph Banniean Rubber Co.. Uniroyal. 2. Location. Bounded by Hemlock and Valley streets, Richmond Place, and the street & number Woonasquatucket River III not for publication.

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

Sep 23, 1989 ... Michelin is the world's second-largest tire maker, after the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, based in Akron, Ohio. Uniroyal Goodrich, also based in Akron, is the second-largest American producer, after Goodyear. The acquisition is the latest in a string of consolidations that have reshaped the global ...

www.uh.edu/engines/epi3062.htm

Engineers and executives flowed freely among companies and with them new ideas and new friendships. By 1935 the industry had consolidated leaving four dominant players: Goodyear, Firestone, B.F. Goodrich, and U.S. Rubber, later known as Uniroyal. These four companies supplied eighty percent of U.S. tires. All were ...