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Hankook is a Korean tyre brand with a large share of the global market. Currently manufacturing tyres in the United States, Europe, Korea, and China. Its significant investment in innovation and technology is a factor that sets it apart from other brands. Today Hankook is an official sponsor of the Real Madrid Soccer Club.

Index
1.- Hankook Tyres NZ Shop New Zealand
1.1.- Hankook Auckland
1.2.- Hankook Canterbury
1.3.- Hankook Wellington
1.4.- Hankook Waikato
1.5.- Hankook Bay of Plenty
1.6.- Hankook Otago
1.7.- Hankook Manawatū-Whanganui
1.8.- Hankook Northland
1.9.-Hankook Hawke’s Bay
1.10.- Hankook Taranaki
1.11.- Hankook Southland
1.12.- Hankook Tasman
1.13.- Hankook Nelson
1.14.- Hankook Gisborne
1.15.- Hankook Marlborough
1.16.- Hankook West Coast

2.- Hankook NZ Telephone List

3.- Hankook Tyres Models

4.- Hankook History

1.- Hankook Tyres NZ Shop New Zealand

1.1.- Hankook NZ Distributor Auckland

1.2.- Hankook NZ Distributor Canterbury

1.3.- Hankook NZ Distributor Wellington

1.4.- Hankook NZ Distributor Waikato

1.5.- Hankook Bay of Plenty

1.6.- Hankook Otago

1.7.- Hankook Manawatū-Whanganui

1.8.- Hankook Tyres Northland

1.9.- Hankook Hawke’s Bay

1.10.- Hankook Taranaki

1.11.- Hankook NZ Distributor Southland

1.12.- Hankook NZ Distributor Tasman

1.13.- Hankook Nelson

1.14.- Hankook Gisborne

1.15.- Hankook Tyres Marlborough

1.16.- Hankook West Coast

2.- Hankook NZ Telephone List

Tyre Pro Takapuna: +64 9489 1118

Tyreworx New Lynn: +64 9827 4086

Cranefield Automotive & Tyres: +64 9426 4843

JP Tyres 2009 Ltd: +64 9443 1699

Tyreworx Airport: +64 9256 1846

Tyreworx Otahuhu: +64 9276 8534

Harris Road Tyrepower East Tamaki: +64 9274 3003

Gemmells Tyrepower Glen Innes: +64 9528 5200

Otahuhu Tyrepower: +64 9276 5984

Titirangi Tyrepower: +64 9826 0988

North Harbour Tyrepower North Shore: +64 9444 7777

Helensville Tyrepower: +64 9420 8989

Peninsula Tyrepower: +64 9424 5576

Tyrepower Warkworth: +64 9283 3495

Ellerslie Tyrepower: +64 9525 3660

West Tyres Ltd – Henderson: +64 9837 2524

Drury Tires: +64 9294 8139

Doidges Tyres Wellsford Ltd: +64 9423 7106

Hooper Tyres – Waiheke Island: +64 9372 4447

Tartan Tyres Limited: +64 9238 8396

Wholesale Tyres Queenstown: +64 3451 0071

Target Road Tyres:+64 9443 4471

Tyre Shop Waiuku Ltd: +64 9235 9845

Super Tyre Manukau: +64 2150 6259

Beaurepaires Tuam Street: +64 3366 5919

Beaurepaires Ashburton: +64 3307 6050

Beaurepaires Timaru: +64 3684 3165

Hornby Tyrepower – Christchurch: +64 3341 5497

Oxford Tyrepower: +64 3312 4019

Tyre General Christchurch: +64 3348 8422

Tyre General – Ashburton – Neumanns Tyres: +64 3308 6737

Tyre General Amberley: +64 2755 5577

Tyre General Washdyke: +64 3683 9055

Tyre General Temuka: +64 3615 8736

Tyre General Rangiora: +64 3310 6666

Scobie Tyres Ltd: +64 3343 3293

Quality Tyre Specialists: +64 3365 3080

Beaurepaires Te Awamutu: +64 7871 7692

Beaurepaires Matamata: +64 9 7888 7068

Beaurepaires Taupo:  +64 7377 3009

Beaurepaires Te Rapa: +64 7849 6033

Beaurepaires Anglesea Street: +64 7838 1717

Tyreworx Tirau: +64 788 31541

Te Aroha Tyrepower: +64 7884 8107

PioPio Tyrepower: +64 7877 8159

Budget Tyres Ltd Hamilton: +64 7847 3885

Tyre & Tune Centre: +64 7871 3267

Cambridge Tyre & Alignment: +64 7823 1494

Marc 1 Wheels & Tyres Ltd: +64 788 91155

Tirau Motors: +64 7883 1541

Brian Tyrrells Nissan: +647 886 5299

Beaurepaires Rutherford Street: +64 4570 1610

Beaurepaires Oamaru: +64 3433 1050

Beaurepaires Thorndon Quay: +64 4472 2405

Beaurepaires Victoria Street: +64 4589 1985

Beaurepaires Upper Hutt: +64 4528 6134

Beaurepaires Paraparaumu:  +64 4296 1100

Beaurepaires Masterton:  +64 6367 0520

Beaurepaires Porirua: +64 4237 8816

Action Tyres Wellington: +64 4939 2284

Best Value Tyres: +64 4577 0023

Stokes Valley Auto Repairs: +64 4563 8472

The Tyre Rack: +64 7346 8471

Commercial Tyres: +64 7578 0208

Tyre World Tauranga: +64 7578 0256

Tyre Express Bayfair: +64 07 574 4922

Tauranga Tyre & Battery: +64 7571 2930

Beaurepaires Whakatane: +64 7308 8942

Beaurepaires Amohau Street: +64 7348 5041

Beaurepaires Mount Maunganui: +64 7574 7332

Beaurepaires Tauranga: +64 7578 3092

Beaurepaires Durham Street: +64 7578 4502

Otago Tyres St Andrew St.: +64 3477 0707

Tyre General Oamaru: +64 3433 1015

Tyre General Dunedin: +64 3455 2005

Tyre General Cromwell: +64 3445 0746

Otago Tyrepower: +64 3489 4445

The Otago Tyre Co Ltd: +64 3455 5029

Cromwell Tyres Ltd: +64 3 445 0746

Beaurepaires Cumberland Street: +64 3474 0920

Beaurepaires Queenstown: +64 3 442 7525

Beaurepaires Andersons Bay Rd: +64 3455 0713

Wheels & Tyres Taumarunui Ltd: +64 7895 5000

Steve’s Tyre Service Ltd: +64 6357 8798

Beaurepaires Taumarunui: +64 7895 8394

Beaurepaires Tremaine Ave: +64 6357 3900

Beaurepaires Levin: +64 6367 0520

Vuletich Tyres Ltd: +64 9438 1340

Whangarei Tyrepower:+64 9438 0992

Kerikeri Tyrepower – Northland: +64 9407 7773

Beaurepaires Water Street: +64 9430 3610

Havelock North Tyre & Alignment Ltd: +64 6877 0004

Hawkes Bay Tyre Repair Specialists:  +64 6879 7627

Vuletich Tyres Ltd: +64 9438 1340

Hastings Tyrepower: +64 6879 7029

Whangarei Tyrepower:+64 9438 0992

Bay Tyres Napier: +64 6835 4709

Beaurepaires Napier: +64 6834 1490

Beaurepaires Water Street: +64 9 430 3610

Dicksons Service Centre: +64 6765 6527

Tyre General Invercargill: +64 3218 6904

Tyre General Gore: +64 3208 8110

Beaurepaires Gore: +64 3203 9036

Tyre General Motueka: +64 3528 1020

Jacks Tyre & Performance ltd: +64 3 544 0215

Tyre General Nelson: +64 3539 6408

Tyre Power Gisborne: +64 6867 2752

Harris Tyres Gisborne: +64 6867 0728

Beaurepaires Gisborne: +64 6868 6184

Tyre General Blenheim: +64 3577 9980

2.- Hankook Tyres NZ Models

▷ Hankook Ventus Prime 2: It is a summer tyre. It has excellent grip on dry or wet conditions and a smooth ride through high technology.

▷ Hankook Kinergy Eco: it is the most ecological model of Hankook brand tyres since its compounds reduce pollution in the environment. Advantage: rolling resistance,  excelente wet breaking.

▷ Hankook Optimo H426: better fuel economy, good performance on snow and has a factory design that absorbs impacts on the road for greater comfort.

▷ Hankook Ventus S1 Evo2 SUV: it is a premium tyre for SUVs that provide great braking capacity, excellent grip and safety when you drive in the curves. Its design helps drain water in wet conditions, avoiding aquaplanning.

Hankook  Dynapro AT2Hankook Dynapro AT-MHankook Dynapro AT RF08Hankook Dynapro HP2Hankook Dynapro HT RH12Hankook  Dynapro MT2Hankook Kinergy EcoHankook Kinergy GTHankook Kinergy PTHankook Kinergy ST Hankook Optimo H428Hankook Optimo H724Hankook Optimo H725Hankook Ventus AS RH07Hankook Ventus Prime 2Hankook Ventus R-S4Hankook Ventus S1 evo2Hankook Ventus S1 evo2 SUVHankook Ventus S1 evo3

4.- Hankook Tyres NZ History 

Hankook’s origins date back to the 1940s in South Korea, making it the first Asian manufacturer in history. Other brands had some manufacturing plants in this part of the world, but Hankook was the first to come out specifically from there.

One of the things that attracted the most attention from the beginning was the size of its facilities, which are still in Seoul today. At first, it made not only tires for cars but also for airplanes, as well as synthetic compounds for other industries.

The number of factories was expanded. First in other locations in Korea, then in Japan and China and later, after great success in their sales, they decided to establish subsidiaries in the United States. Shortly after they did the same in Europe, opening a headquarters in Germany.

Hankook wants to become a premium tire brand Currently, the South Korean manufacturer is the seventh worldwide in revenue, registering a total of 5.3 billion euros in 2017, so the goal that has been set is not easy. Investment in marketing and advertising, as well as placing the accent on high-end car brands and competition are the main pillars on which the manufacturer operates.

Hankook knows that it has come later than other manufacturers and that they are well established. Despite being a relatively young brand, born in 1941 and turning 77 last May, it has managed to open a gap between European, North American and Japanese manufacturers, which occupy the top positions in sales worldwide.

Hankook is the third largest Asian brand in the world in terms of turnover, only ahead of Bridgestone and Sumitomo. As shown in the table, drawn up according to data from the ETRMA (European tire manufacturers association), the gap between the first two brands, Bridgestone and Michelin, and the rest is remarkable, being the only ones that exceed 20,000 million euros in annual income.

Despite this, Hankook begins to close the gap with its immediate competitors: Pirelli and Sumitomo are close. In fact, in recent years, Hankook has not stopped growing in turnover, experiencing growth between 2015 and 2016 of 4% and almost 1% between 2016 and 2017. Its range supplies tires for both passenger cars and heavy vehicles and light, as well as competition.