Pneumant tyres - the GDR collective combine for Japanese companies
Pneumant is a trademark of the company Sumitomo Rubber Industry of Japan, which also tyre brands like today Dunlop produces. The original creation date of Pneumant is 1906, when the production was started in Philippsburg in Baden-Württemberg. In 1937 in a move to Ketschendorf. The revival of the tyre brand Pneumant after the Second World War can be said for the 1959 through the acquisition of the brand name by the tyres combine Riesa.
Pneumant after reunification
The company Pneumant utilizes the changes in inflection and trades after a short transition period from 1990 newly as "Pneumant tyre & Rubber Werke GmbH". The new GmbH merged in 1995 with the company SP tyre plants, a subsidiary of the Japanese tyre manufacturer Dunlop, and a few years later integrated into the holding company. In 1998, the manufacturer celebrates a production milestone with the sale of a total of one hundred million brand tyres.
The tyre range
For tyre range of Pneumant include winter tyres and summer tyres for passenger cars and for trucks and buses. Furthermore, the company produces in his works be new and retreaded tyres. Apart from under its own name produced tyres and Dunlop tyres are produced as contract work in the company's plants. The production of tyres in order and under the name of Konzernes Dunlop will be the only task of the company from 2013 onwards. The Japanese parent company has decided to let the tyre brand Pneumant expire at the end 2012 Design. Reason for the end of the production, is that the brand outside the territory of the former GDR is little known and is virtually no demand.
Pneumant tyres are high-quality tyres at low prices. It is a pity that the end of 2012 with Pneumant another known from the former DDR brand is withdrawn from the market. More...