SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

BETTER MOBILITY FOR EVERYONE

Michelin is committed to developing accessible, clean, safe and connected mobility solutions to address the challenges of sustainable economic, environmental and social development. We intend to act responsibly toward customers, employees and shareholders. We’re taking action every day and focusing on the long-term consequences of our decisions. Our sustainable development approach provides a framework for this ongoing commitment to effectively carry out our responsibilities.

OUR SIX AMBITIONS FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Our six ambitions for 2020 are designed to make Michelin a leader in sustainable mobility and one of the world’s top-performing companies in fulfilling all of its responsibilities.

Customer Satisfaction

Improving our customers’ satisfaction.

Personal Well-being and Development

Work together to continuously improve health and safety in the workplace, while promoting personal growth and diversity.

Financial Performance

Secure our financial performance by pursuing excellence in every aspect of our business.

Product Performance

Widen our lead in product performance by delivering more performance while using less raw materials and improving fuel efficiency.

A Responsible Manufacturer

Set the industry standard for responsible manufacturing, logistics and purchasing.

Communities & Sustainable Mobility

Strengthen our ties in the communities where we live and work by contributing to the vitality of the regions and encouraging employees to get involved in society. Promoting energy-efficient, low-emissions mobility.

THE MICHELIN FOOTPRINT IN NORTH AMERICA

Michelin employs more than 20,000 people and operates 19 plants in the United States and Canada. Our North American industrial plants produce nearly every type of tire, including tires for earthmovers, airplanes and vehicles worldwide. Combined with our management, marketing and research teams, Michelin continues to innovate and produce the highest quality mobility solutions to move you forward.

U.S. EMPLOYMENT BY STATE

    Alabama
  • 1,905 employees
    Georgia
  • 153 employees
    Indiana
  • 1,592 employees
    Kentucky
  • 362 employees
    North Carolina
  • 704 employees
    Oklahoma
  • 1,778 employees
    South Carolina
  • 9,970 employees

FACILITIES IN THE UNITED-STATES

    Ardmore, Okla.*
  • Est. 1969
  • 1,778 employees
  • Radial Passenger & Light Truck
    Dothan, Ala.*
  • Est. 1979
  • 550 employees
  • Radial Light Truck
    Ft. Wayne, Ind.*
  • Est. 1961
  • 1,592 employees
  • Radial Passenger & Light Truck
    Greenville, S.C.
  • Est. 1985
  • 2,093** employees
  • North American Headquarters
    Greenville, S.C.*
  • Est. 1975
  • 1,079 employees
  • Radial Passenger, Light Truck, Molds
    Greenville, S.C.
  • Est. 1975
  • 325 employees
  • Operational Support
    Greenville, S.C.*
  • Est. 1996
  • Radial Passenger
    Greenville, S.C.
  • Est. 1975
  • 950** employees
  • Michelin Americas Research Company
    Laurens, S.C.
  • Est. 1975
  • 41 employees
  • Michelin Laurens Proving Grounds
    Lexington, S.C.*
  • Est. 1981
  • 1,622 employees
  • Radial Passenger
    Lexington, S.C.*
  • Est. 1998
  • 800 employees
  • Earthmover
    Louisville, Ky.*
  • Est. 1943
  • 362 employees
  • American Synthetic Rubber Company
    Norwood, N.C.*
  • Est. 1986
  • 492** employees
  • Aircraft
    Piedmont, S.C.*
  • Est. 2014
  • 111 employees
  • Tweel
    Sandy Springs, S.C.*
  • Est. 1975
  • 854 employees
  • Semi-Finished Products
    Spartanburg, S.C.*
  • Est. 1978
  • 1,165 employees
  • Radial Heavy Truck
    Starr, S.C.*
  • Est. 2001
  • 285 employees
  • Semi-Finished Rubber
    Starr, S.C.*
  • Est. 2013
  • 102 employees
  • Earthmover
    Tuscaloosa, Ala.*
  • Est. 1945
  • 1,355 employees
  • Radial Passenger & Light Truck

FACILITIES IN CANADA

    Pictou County, NS
  • Est. 1971
  • 26 employees
  • Canadian Operations & Support
    Pictou County, NS*
  • Est. 1971
  • 682 employees
  • Radial Passenger, Light Truck, Molds
    Bridgewater, NS*
  • Est. 1971
  • 1,231 employees
  • Radial Passenger & Light Truck, and Steel Cord
    Waterville, NS*
  • Est. 1982
  • 1,398 employees
  • Radial Heavy Truck & Earthmover
    Montreal, QC
  • Est. 1947
  • 144** employees
  • Canada Headquarters

RETREADING LOCATIONS

    Covington, Ga.*
  • Est. 2000
  • 153 employees
  • Tread Production, Heavy Truck
    Asheboro, N.C.
  • Est. 1965
  • 163 employees
  • Tread Production, Heavy Truck
    Salisbury, N.C.
  • Est. 1967
  • 27 employees
  • Retread Equipment, Heavy Truck
    Duncan, S.C.
  • Est. 1989
  • 46 employees
  • Tire Retreading, Heavy Truck

*Identifies Michelin North America’s major manufacturing plants
**Includes field sales and support employees assigned to the location but working remotely