Tag: Hixih Rubber Industry Group

Pirelli acquires 49% in Chinese tyre plant to boost APAC ‘high value’ strategy

Pirelli acquires 49% in Chinese tyre plant to boost APAC ‘high value’ strategy

2nd August 2018 | 0 Comments

With investment of 65 million euros, Pirelli is taking a 49 per cent share in a “technologically advanced” consumer tyre plant in China. Through this joint venture partnership with Hixih Rubber Industry Group, Pirelli says it will gain greater production flexibility in APAC, particularly within the high value segment. The new joint venture company has been named Jining Shenzhou Tyre Co.

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Hixih Group investing in car, truck tyre capacity

Hixih Group investing in car, truck tyre capacity

26th July 2017 | 0 Comments

This year, the Hixih Rubber Industry Group is investing nearly RMB 6 billion (£682.3 million) in its two subsidiaries, Shenzhou Tire and Tongli Tire. Two separate projects will see the creation of a new car tyre facility and a doubling of capacity for all-steel truck radials.

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Pirelli to Build Emissions Filter Plant in China

Pirelli to Build Emissions Filter Plant in China

25th September 2009 | 0 Comments

In mid-September Pirelli demonstrated its commitment to reducing vehicle emissions in China through the signing of two agreements. On September 15 the Italian firm, along with the Italian Ministry for the Environment, Land and Sea and China’s Ministry of Environmental Protection signed a protocol agreement on the distribution of diesel vehicle emission reduction technologies in China. Pirelli also signed a memorandum of understanding with the Hixih Group to set up a filter manufacturing plant in Shandong Province.

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Pirelli Extends China JV Relationship

Pirelli Extends China JV Relationship

17th September 2009 | 0 Comments

Pirelli Tyre has reportedly signed a memorandum of understanding with Hixih Group to build a new filter plant in Yanzhou Shandong province. The new plant will be located near its existing tyre plants that were jointly established by the two companies. Construction for the new 50 million euro plant is expected to start in the first quarter of 2010. (Tire Review)

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