Công ty lốp Yokohama Việt Nam chuyên sản xuất và xuất khẩu các loại lốp dùng cho xe tải nhẹ, scooter, lốp dự phòng và chủ yếu xuất khẩu sang nước ngoài các lốp xe công nghiệp và lốp xe dự phòng.
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Yokohama Tyre Vietnam Inc. (YTVI) is located in the Vietnam Singapore Industrial Park established in Binh Duong Province to the north of Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam and specializes in the production of bias tires.
In 2012, YOKOHAMA Tire Vietnam Co., Ltd was founded as the predecessor of the parent company. We focus on manufacturing and trading tires for motorcycles in Vietnam . We then gradually expanded the production of tires for light trucks and scooters, and mainly exported forklift tires to foreign countries.
Yokohama Tyre Vietnam is a tyre manufacturer for motorcycles, light trucks, passenger cars, folk... 4th Fl. Vietnam Rubber Group Building, 177 Hai Ba...
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The Yokohama Rubber Group has launched its new medium-term management plan, Yokohama Transformation 2023 (YX2023), which will guide the group during the three years from fiscal 2021 through fiscal 2023. What's YX2023.
U.S. Military in Japan During Vietnam War. When I was in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War, I was assigned to the 106th General Army Hospital, Kishine Barracks, Yokohama, Japan, 1967-1968. I was a Hospital Corpsman and assistant to the Chief Nurse. My nineteen month tour at the 106th was one of the most rewarding experiences of my life, and ...
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