Who We Are

Bridgestone Americas is rooted in innovation and dedicated to providing world-class tire and rubber-related products and services that improve lives around the globe.

We are an International Family

The Bridgestone Americas family of enterprises includes more than 50 production facilities and 55,000 employees throughout the Americas. The Bridgestone Americas international footprint includes manufacturing and sales subsidiaries located in Canada, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, and Mexico, with additional offices throughout Latin America and the Caribbean.

We are a technology leader

Research and innovation are at the core of what Bridgestone Americas stands for. We are constantly driven to innovate and improve—not just tires, but also a range of products and industries that touch our lives. The Bridgestone family of companies operates tri-polar research and development centers in Tokyo, Akron and Rome to advance tire technologies and other products that meet consumers’ needs. In addition, Bridgestone Americas operates world-class proving grounds in Ft. Stockton, Texas; São Pedro, Brazil; and Acuña, Mexico.

This continuing investment in research and development has resulted in new products incorporating the latest technology (like winter tires, better fuel economy and run-flat technology) for better, safer products.

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We are Tire Experts

Tires and rubber products are the largest part of the Bridgestone Americas business. Bridgestone Americas develops, manufactures and markets tires for almost every kind of vehicle.

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We are so much more than tires

We challenge ourselves to be innovative. As a leader in the tire and rubber-related industries, our goal is to further serve society and respond to customer needs. Bridgestone Americas and its subsidiaries are recognized internationally for producing a variety of quality products, including building and industrial materials, natural rubber, and industrial fibers and textiles as well as its retreading operations throughout the Western Hemisphere.