Cooper Tire and Rubber Co  (CTB)
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    Sector  Consumer Discretionary    Industry Tires
   Industry Tires
   Sector  Consumer Discretionary

Cooper Tire and Rubber Co Segments

North American Tire
   68.11 % of total Revenue
International Tire
   31.89 % of total Revenue

Business Segments (March 31, 2013)
(in millions $)
I. Quarter
(of total Revenues)
(March 31, 2013)
(in millions $)
I. Quarter
(Profit Margin)
North American Tire
586.88 68.11 % 71.41 12.17 %
International Tire
274.80 31.89 % 30.01 10.92 %
861.68 100 % 102.46 11.89 %

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Growth rates by Segment (March 31, 2013)
Y/Y Revenue
I. Quarter
Q/Q Revenue
(March 31, 2013)
Y/Y Income
I. Quarter
Q/Q Income
North American Tire
-15.86 % -27.64 % 212.64 % -30.8 %
International Tire
-32.06 % -19.56 % -8.06 % -6.82 %
-12.45 % -18.9 % 86.45 % -25.07 %

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  Cooper Tire And Rubber Co's

Business Segments Description

Business Segments Cooper Tire

The Tire segment produces passenger car, light truck and motorcycle tires, and inner tubes, primarily for sale in the United States replacement market to independent tire dealers, wholesale distributors, regional and national retail tire chains, and large retail chains that sell tires as well as other automotive products. The segment does not sell its products directly to end users and does not manufacture tires for sale to the automobile original equipment manufacturers (“OEMs”), other than several small contracts with specialty vehicle manufacturers in the United Kingdom. Approximately 93 percent of the tires produced by the segment are manufactured at plants located in the United States. The remainder is produced in the United Kingdom. A small percentage of the products manufactured by the segment in the United States are exported throughout the world. The Cooper-Avon subsidiary in the United Kingdom manufactures passenger car, light truck, racing and motorcycle tires and markets these products to dealers in the United Kingdom, United States, continental Europe and the Scandinavian markets.

Cooper-Standard Automotive

The Automotive segment produces components, systems, subsystems and modules for incorporation into the passenger vehicles and light trucks manufactured by the global automotive OEMs. Replacement parts for current production vehicles are also produced. The segment’s main products include the following:

• Total sealing systems products, which consist primarily of extruded rubber parts and thermal plastic vulcanizer (“TPV”) plastic parts, which seal the doors, windows and other parts of the vehicle from water leakage and wind noise. These products include weatherstrip assemblies to seal vehicle windows, window channel assemblies, window gaskets, and vehicle body and door dynamic seals. In addition, encapsulated glass products are provided in combination with, and independent of, glass sealing systems.

• NVH control systems products, which consist primarily of molded rubber chemically bonded to metal engine mounting systems, body mounts, bushings and a full line of other suspension and powertrain components. These products are designed to minimize the noise, vibration and harshness experienced in vehicles. Services include full ride and handling vehicle analysis resulting in optimal design and placement of components to ensure superior ride and sound characteristics.

• Fluid systems products, which include tubing, valves, quick connects, hoses, couplings, coolers and similar products that comprise the modules and subsystems for transmission and engine oil cooling, fuel, brake, and vapor lines, emissions, and power steering, all of which serve to transport fluids and vapors throughout a vehicle.

The segment also produces extruded plastic body side moldings, which serve as protective barriers against damage to the vehicle’s sheet metal and can be an integral part of the vehicle’s overall styling and appearance.


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