2010s

2000

Titan exited the lawn and garden and ATV wheel and tire business for original equipment manufacturers with the sale of certain assets of facilities located in Clinton, Tennessee, and Slinger, Wisconsin, to Carlisle Tire & Wheel Company. Titan remained active in the aftermarket for these products.

2001

Labor strikes brought against Titan in 1998 by the United Steelworkers of America at facilities in Des Moines, Iowa, and Natchez, Mississippi, were settled resulting in five-year contracts.

2002

Titan became the only tire manufacturer to receive the Society for Engineering in Agricultural, Food and Biological Systems (ASAE) AE50 award for innovation in product technology four consecutive years.

2003

Titan's flagship wheel facility in Quincy, Illinois, expanded manufacturing capability in December when Titan Wheel Corporation of Iowa ceased wheel manufacturing in Walcott, Iowa.

2004

Titan Europe Plc, previously a wholly-owned subsidiary, was admitted to trading on London’s AIM Exchange. A Titan subsidiary retained a 30 percent interest in this new European public company.
2000s

2005

Titan Tire Corporation closed on the acquisition of Goodyear's North American farm tire assets, which included the manufacturing facility in Freeport, Illinois.

2006

Titan Tire Corporation of Bryan acquired the off-the-road (OTR) tire assets of Continental Tire North America, Inc. in Bryan, Ohio. This acquisition expanded Titan's product offering into larger earthmoving, construction and mining tires, in addition to the added manufacturing capacity of the Bryan, Ohio facility.
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