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Fulda

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Fulda, a distinguished name in the automotive industry, was established in the German city of Fulda in 1900 by Gustav Becker and Moritz Hasenclever. Initially, the company focused on producing a variety of rubber products, rapidly evolving to specialize in tires for non-motorized and later motorized vehicles. By 1906, Fulda had redirected its entire production focus towards manufacturing high-quality tires for bicycles and vehicles, which would set the stage for its future successes.

Throughout the 20th century, Fulda emerged as an innovator in the tire industry. They were pioneers in introducing the Fulda Diadem model, a bicycle tire that quickly became a top seller due to its robust quality. The company’s ventures into the automobile tire sector were marked by innovations such as the introduction of the first winter tires with the M+S (mud and snow) marking in 1952, and later, their first tubeless tire for passenger cars.

Today, Fulda stands as a proud member of the Goodyear group, continuing to serve a wide market across Europe with high-quality, durable tires. Its current offerings reflect a legacy of German engineering excellence, catering to various vehicle categories including passenger cars, trucks, and SUVs. The brand remains a favorite among German drivers and is recognized across Europe for its commitment to quality and performance, living up to Germany’s stringent automotive standards.

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