GPX invest $20 million in China factory

McCarron, Kathy
September 2007
Rubber & Plastics News;9/3/2007, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p17
Trade Publication
The article informs that GPX International Tire Corp. has invested about $20 million so far to improve and upgrade the tire plant it bought in Hebei Sheng, China, in 2006. According to Robert Sherkin, chief executive officer (CEO) of GPX, the company eventually may add radial capacity at the plant. It is informed that the plant, which has been renamed Hebei Starbright Co. Ltd., produces bias tires for truck, small specialty, agriculture and specialty off-the-road applications.


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