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TC Debica cutting tire production in Poland

From Rubber & Plastics News comes word that TC Debica S.A. has announced a plan to cut production of consumer and agricultural tires at its plant in Debica, Poland, the second time this year it has reduced output. The company, which is majority owned by Goodyear, will reduce production by another 4% for passenger tires and about 6% for farm tires in reaction to reduced orders from Goodyear. Debica’s management board said Goodyear, the key exporter of its tires, cited weak demand in the European markets.

In March, Debica announced it would cut production of truck tires by about 10% and agricultural tires by 4.5% compared with a schedule prepared earlier in the year.

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