FRANCE: Titan rumoured to make Goodyear Amiens Nord bid
Reports are circulating in France Titan International could be poised to make a bid for Goodyear Amiens Nord in France, although this is as yet unconfirmed.
Titan has enjoyed a robust relationship with one French union in particular, but if the reports are correct, could be about to make its interest more concrete.
Neither Goodyear in France or the US, nor Titan CEO Maurice Taylor, were immediately available for comment.
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