Car tires are often seen as a more or less inconsequential part of the vehicle. After all, they are all black rubber, all round, and all work. More or less.
But wouldn't you prefer tires on your car that work more, rather than less? After all, tires are the only contact your vehicle has with the road. And no one works harder at engineering hard working tires than the engineers at Continental, Germany's leading tire and automotive engineering supplier.
- The tire and rubber specialist from Hanover has grown to be a leading international automotive supplier
- With a current workforce of approx. 155,000, Continental is present in all key markets
- Continental locations worldwide celebrate with employees and customers
A specialist for tires and rubber products at the beginning, after 140 years Continetal is now a leading global automotive supplier. "Our customers and business partners profit from our many long years of experience, our innovative prowess, our increasingly international orientation and our broadly based product portfolio in different sectors of business," said Dr. Elmar Degenhart, chairman of the Executive Board of Continental AG.
"We are at your side as a competent and reliable partner. At the same time we are a crucial force in shaping today's mega-trends in the automotive industry – safety, information, the environment and affordable vehicles."
The 193 Continental locations worldwide plan individual anniversary celebrations for employees and customers.
Making sure you get there safely.