Bridgestone Announces Price Increase up to 15% on Select Tires

Bridgestone Announces Price Increase up to 15% on Select Tires

Bridgestone has announced a price increase for consumer and commercial tires sold in the U.S and Canada that will take effect Oct. 1. Bridgestone says these adjustments are a necessary step as the company continues to navigate current market dynamics.

Bridgestone, Firestone and Fuzion passenger and light truck tires will see a price increase of up to 9% in the U.S. and Canada. Bridgestone says it and Firestone’s truck and bus radial (TBR) tires will see a price increase of up to 9% in the U.S. and up to 15% in Canada. Off-the-road (OTR) tires will see a price increase of up to 11% in the U.S. and Canada. Price adjustments will be made at the pattern and article levels.

Bridgestone says members of its consumer and commercial tire sales teams are contacting customers directly to provide more detailed information about the changes.

You May Also Like

Bridgestone Americas Releases 2022 DE&I Annual Report

The 2022 DE&I Annual Report outlines improvements Bridgestone has made in its three DE&I focus areas.

Bridgestone announced the release of its 2022 DE&I annual report. The report includes a detailed scorecard on its diversity representation across the US and Latin America along with a breakdown of its DE&I commitments, strategy and efforts in the last year.

“The release of our second DE&I Annual Report further solidifies our focus on empowering our teammates and the communities where we live, move, work and play,” said Ebonee Davis Ifeobu, vice president of diversity, equity and inclusion at Bridgestone Americas. “Last year, we made a commitment to build upon the DE&I framework already in place and doubled down on our efforts to listen, learn and evolve. While this is an ongoing and intentional journey, I’m proud of the strides we’ve made thus far.”

CEAT Receives Lighthouse Certification from World Economic Forum

The certification is given to manufacturers that use Industry 4.0 technologies.

Nokian Tyres Holds Innovation Challenge Finals

Sustainability at the top of mind for Nokian Tyres during its innovation challenge.

Apollo Tyres Receives ISO Certification for Sustainability

Apollo Tyres underwent a three-stage assessment for the certification.

Discount Tire Announces ‘Defending Daytona’

The series will highlight Austin Cindric, driver of the No. 2 Discount Tire Ford Mustang, as he prepares to defend his title at the Daytona 500.

Discount Tire Defending Daytona

Other Posts

Bridgestone Spotlights New M863 All-Position Radial Tire

The new M863 line of all-position radial tires aligns with the “Economy” and “Efficiency” values of the Bridgestone E8 Commitment.

Hunter’s BL Series Bench Lathes Now Connects with HunterNet 2

With the new connectivity, shop owners and managers will be able to view before and after-cut results for rotors and drums online.

GRI Receives US DOT Certification for Safety

GRI tires will now have a DOT code embossed on their sidewalls.

BKT Launches New Website

Each product page now contains more information, including videos and links to case studies.

BKT website