History of Federal Tyres Company \| Federal Tyres Australia

History of Federal Tyres

federal-head-officeFederal Corporation was founded in 1954, the first manufacturer of production radial tyres in Taiwan.

Technical cooperation with Bridgestone Corporation from 1960-1979 and with Sumitomo Rubber Industries (Dunlop Tyres) from 1981-2000, 40 years of collaboration with two famous tyre manufacturers has greatly strengthened Federal’s R&D and technical capabilities.

In 1987, the brand of Federal Tyres was created. Today, Federal has established a strong network of overseas distributors with more than a hundred national and regional representatives throughout over 70 countries. Domestic channels are managed by Federex Marketing Corporation, and through the years distribution in Taiwan has grown strongly and penetrated each and every corner of the island.

With state-of-the-art technology, strict quality control, and highly regulated safety standards, Federal is devoted to making better tyres. 595, Federal’s first UHP tyre has been awarded Taiwan Excellence and is extremely successful world wide. In Japan, Federal has risen to the most popular import brand.

In 2005, Federal Tyres successfully developed the first slick tyre in Taiwan driven by a passion to support Taiwan motorsports. In 2008, due to popular demand Federal has returned to the drift Australia series, sponsoring racers including the 2007 NSW series champion Nathan Weissel.

In 2014 Federal's AZ01 was awarded the International Good Design Award presented annually by the Chicago Atheneum Museum of Architecture and Design in collaboration with the European Centre of Architecture, Art, Design and Urban Studies.

Today Federal Tyres is developing modern, technologically advanced tyres for just about any application from motorsport to mud, long-haul commercial vehicles to small hatchbacks. With one of the most comprehensive ranges of tyres available on the market today, your are sure to find a Federal Tyre to suit your driving style and your vehicle.

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