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Cooper restarts Mexico plant

Tire Business reports (subscription required) that Cooper Tire & Rubber is restarting production at its tire plant in El Salto, Mexico. Cooper first idled the plant on March 21 due to COVID-19 concerns. The plant was restarted on April 13th but idled again on April 28 under orders from the Mexican government, which deemed the plant to be non-essential. Cooper has implemented new health and safety procedures at the plant, and production was scheduled to resume on a limited basis on June 1.

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