Cooper Tires relaunches plant after acquiring Mexico JV

25th February 2020 | 0 Comments
 
Cooper Tires relaunches plant after acquiring Mexico JV
Brad Hughes, Cooper Tires’ president & CEO

After purchasing its former partner’s 42 per cent share in the Corporación de Occidente S. A. de C.V. (COOCSA) joint venture in Mexico, Cooper Tire & Rubber halted passenger and commercial vehicle production at the site and re-hired the workforce there as employees of Cooper Tires. Brad Hughes, the tyre maker’s president and chief executive officer, reports that Cooper Tires is “now in the process of ramping production back up” at the site. Restructuring the plant will cost the company around US$10 million, an expense that will mainly occur in the first quarter of 2020.

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