Supply problems will improve, Hankook says

Mikolajczyk, Sigmund J.
February 2008
Rubber & Plastics News;2/11/2008, Vol. 37 Issue 14, p17
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The article presents information related to Hankook Tire America Corp., with specific reference to the issue of tire supply to its retail, commercial and wholesale customers. According to Hankook President Greg Pae, the company is coming off a "challenging" but record-setting year, yet a disappointing one in that they were not able to meet customers' needs. Pae promised that Hankook would invest like never before in areas including manufacturing and proprietary technologies.


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