Michelin produces over 187 million tires in 68 production facilities in 17 countries.
Datas at December, 31st, 2016
A worldwide economic player
Michelin contributes to social and economic activity in 170 countries.
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Early global presence
Michelin was looking for new markets as early as the beginning of the 20th century. The 1900 Guide already mentions two agents in Belgium and Austria. Michelin then went on to create a network of commercial agencies in Italy (1901), Germany (1902), Switzerland (1902), Spain (1904), New York (1904) and England (1905). The first plant outside France was built in Turin, Italy in 1906, next to the Fiat factory. The visionary Michelin brothers then chose the United States for their second plant abroad, built in Milltown (New Jersey) in 1907.
Our latest news
- 21/10/2017 Michelin named official MotoGP tire supplier until 2023
- 18/10/2017 Michelin acquires Lehigh Technologies
- 11/10/2017 Ouro Verde Bahia program: rubber farming for the future
- 06/10/2017 MICHELIN rises to the Enduro challenge
- 27/09/2017 MICHELIN ACORUS technology: “it bends but it won’t break”
- 19/09/2017 MICHELIN Pilot Sport 4 S tire: Bringing Passion to Life
- 13/09/2017 MICHELIN Classic: Vintage plus performance
- 06/09/2017 Concept tire: our vision of the future
- 06/09/2017 Beyond the driving test USA: a new regulation for all 50 American states
- 02/08/2017 AutoPhoto: self-portrait of mobility since 1900
- 27/07/2017 The Michelin brand: trust and progress
- 25/07/2017 Promoting retreading
Our latest press releases
- 2017/10/23 MotoGP™ 2017 - AUSTRALIA - MICHELIN’S Grand Prix serves up a classic along with a Marquez masterpiece
- 2017/10/19 Financial information for the nine months ended september 30, 2017
- 2017/10/18 Guide MICHELIN - Wahington DC - The new selection confirms the excellence of the local culinary scene
- 2017/10/16 WEC 2017 - JAPAN - MICHELIN tires take Fuji Speedway’s torrential rain in their stride
- 2017/10/16 MotoGP™ 2017 - JAPAN - MICHELIN rain tires power Dovizioso to victory at a soaked Motegi
- 2017/10/13 MICHELIN RoadConnect – The App for Truck Drivers