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Kumho tyres is a subsidiary of Kumho Asiana Groups and was founded in 1960 by Park In-chon. Originally named Samyang Tire, the business was renamed in 1996. The business is still in the In-chon family, now being run by Park In-chon’s son Park Sam-koo. Kumho tyres are popular in North America, with the US market making up around 20% of all Kumho sales. The business now has its headquarters in Atlanta and a manufacturing plant in Macon which can make up to 4 million tyres every year. Plans are in place for expansion which will increase this capacity to 10 million. The business started out making just 20 tyres a day. By 1990 the company had made it’s 100 millionth tyre.

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Q. Where are Kumho tyres made?

Kumho manufacture their tyres in 3 plants in South Korea and further 3 plants in China.

Q. How to check Kumho tyre manufacturing date

On the sidewall of the tyre you should find the letters "DOT" followed by 4 numbers. The first of these two numbers represent the week of the year of manufacture and the second two numbers represent the year. E.g. DOT1519 is the 15th week of 2019.

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