Research & Development

Industry-leading Technologies In the last ten years, Bridgestone has made several important technological innovations. We have realized enormous progress in computer-aided design, which we have developed into our Grand Unified Tire design Technology (GUTT®). This automatic tire simulation and design method has changed the conventional approach to tire construction and simplified tire development processes. In

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Technical Background

Bridgestone have many superior generic technologies with regard to conveyor belts. We implement these technologies to develop superior products which fully satisfy our customers’ needs. 1. Compounding Technology Rubber compounding technology for many products including Conveyor Belts is a fundamental technology to control the product performance. The superior rubber compounding technology is essential for developing

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Introduction

History 1945   Conveyor belt production starts 1962   First supply to overseas market 1964   Steel cord conveyor belt production starts 1968   Introduction of CTC system of ST belt production 1982   Development of Pipe Conveyor Belt 1984   Development of TLS steel cord 1988   Acquires Firestone-Bilbao conveyor belt plant 1989   Apply 2 step method to ST5000 using

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Projects

Bridgestone has supplied over 35,000 fenders to thousands of ports and terminals around the globe since the 1950s. Fender System: HC1150Hx1x1 Country: Australia Fender System: SUC1450Hx1x1 Country: Bahrain Fender System: SUC1000Hx1x1 Country: Brunei Fender System: SUC1450Hx1x1 Country: England Fender System: HC800Hx1x1 Country: Madagascar Fender System: SUC2250Hx1x1 Country: Malaysia Fender System: HC1150Hx1x1 Country: Malaysia Fender System:

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About Marine Fender

Introduction “Serving Society with Superior Quality” Bridgestone Corporation was founded in 1931 by Shojiro Ishibashi to manufacture tyres in Japan. In 1938 Bridgestone began to apply its knowledge of rubber technology to diversified (non-tyre) products including rubber and chemical products. Bridgestone is the world’s largest rubber manufacturing company, operating in over 150 countries and with

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