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Kerman Tire.

Kerman Tire opened a plant in Iran with an initial capacity of 27,000 metric tons of tire capacity, equivalent to 842,000 pieces of truck and bus, agricultural, light truck and passenger car radial tires. The company plans a second capacity increase within the next five years to 45,000 metric tons a year of output. Products will be marketed under the trade name Barez. Production technology was provided by Dena Tire, and all engineering was carried out by Iranian experts, the company said.
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Title Annotation:Kerman Tire and Rubber Complex Corp.
Publication:Rubber World
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Jun 1, 1993
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