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List Of Tire Companies
... Company Country of origin Year founded Brands and subsidiaries AGI D├Ąck AB Sweden AGI Alliance Tire Company Ltd ... CEAT tires are now known as FORMULA) Cheng Shin Rubber Ind ... Mentor (new brand introduced in spring 2012), Starfire, Trayal, Definity Danang Rubber Company Vietnam 1993 DRC Diamond Tyres Limited Pakistan 1968 Mohawk ...
Firestone-Apsley Rubber Company
... The Firestone-Apsley Rubber Company was the successor of the Apsley Rubber Company, and was located in Hudson, Massachusetts ...
Samuel P. Colt - 1887
... as a receiver for the bankrupt National Rubber Company, based in Bristol ... He reorganized the company and reopened it in 1888 as the National India Rubber Company ... he had acquired to form the United States Rubber Company ...
History Of Condoms - 1900 To Present - Invention of Latex and Manufacturing Automation
... Latex, rubber suspended in water, was invented in 1920 ... Youngs Rubber Company was the first to manufacture a latex condom, an improved version of their Trojan brand ... Latex condoms required less labor to produce than cement-dipped rubber condoms, which had to be smoothed by rubbing and trimming ...

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