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Continental's tire plant in Timisoara produced and supplied 1.4 million tires to Automobile Dacia in 2015

Continental, one of the biggest automotive suppliers and one of the most important tire producers worldwide, produced and supplied 1.8 million tires in 2015 for Automobile Dacia, 1.4 million being delivered directly from the tire plant in Timisoara, according to a press release issued to The Diplomat – Bucharest

2016-04-10 11:39:37 - From the Print Edition

The tires delivered are being fitted on the Logan, Duster and Sandero Stepway models of Dacia. For a good partnership and communication, Continental Anvelope received the "Best Supplier" award, the highest recognition, from Automobile Dacia.
"We are honoured to receive this recognition from one of our most important business partners in Romania," said Sorin Samonid, general manager of Continental Anvelope Timisoara. "Our plant grew constantly and diversified its products portfolio, also thanks to the sound collaboration we have with Automobile Dacia. In the future we will continue our ongoing commitment to comply with the requirements of our clients and supply quality products manufactured in Timisoara."
Since 2000, when its production process started in Romania, Continental Anvelope invested over 370 million Euro and created over 2,400 working places. The investments were focused on state-of-the-art technology, environment protection and corporate social responsibility. In its more than 15 years of production, Continental Anvelope Timisoara has produced more than 165 million tires, which are delivered to its customers in Europe and around the world.



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