Over 1 billion tires are manufactured annually, which makes the tire industry the major consumer of natural rubber.
Tires come in a variety of construction types including bias, belted bias, radial, solid and semi-pneumatic.
Tires are classified by standard types, which correlate to the type of vehicle they are designed for. The manufacturing process, raw materials, and equipment required vary according to this tire type. Because of this specialization it is common for tire factories to specialize in one or more tire types.
The tire manufacturing industry is in transition with the relocation of manufacturing to lower cost regions, public and government focus upon safety, environmental issues, tire performance and the introduction of new tire technologies such as run-flat and pressure-sensing technologies.
The data required to manage a tire manufacturing business is complex and broad in scope consisting of inventory, manufacturing, marketing & advertising, forecasting, BBB and product.
The Tire Manufacturing industry model set consists of Enterprise, Business Area, and Data Warehouse logical data models developed for companies manufacturing and marketing tires for automobiles, trucks, buses, aircraft and specialty uses.
The Tire Manufacturing data models address these complex data and reporting requirements.
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