Price increase for Conti’s Asia-Pacific replacement business

29th March 2011 | 0 Comments

The second quarter of 2011 will begin with price increases for a number of Continental Tires’ products in the Asia-Pacific replacement market. Prices of Continental branded passenger and light truck tyres will rise by up to five per cent, while truck and bus radials will be subject to price increases of up to six per cent. Other Continental owned brands face increases of up to nine per cent. The tyre maker says specific details of percentage increases and the timing of their introduction will be “communicated locally across the region.” In announcing the increases, Continental points to the rising costs of raw materials as the primary reason behind its need to review prices.

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