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|Industry||Design and Manufacturing|
|Dick Cormack (Managing Director)|
|Products||Specialty and Niche Market Tyres|
|Subsidiaries||DMACK Holdings Ltd.|
DMACK, the parent company of DMACK Holdings Ltd., is a Carlisle, England, based tyre manufacturer, whose headquarters are located in southern France.
DMACK Holdings Ltd.
DMACK Holdings Ltd., a Wholly Foreign-Owned Enterprise, is a subsidiary corporation owned by Cormack. It was created for the purpose of assisting business in China on behalf of its parent company, DMACK. The director and sole shareholder is Robert Walker. DMACK Holdings Ltd. has become one of the leading suppliers of race car tyres in their specific market, and the corporation owns tyre production factories in China.
Beginning with the 2011 season, DMACK began supplying tyres for the Scottish Rally Championship and the Production World Rally Championship. The company made its World Rally Championship debut at the 2011 Wales Rally GB on the car of Ott Tänak.
Presently, DMACK works with Lehman Lee & Xu, the British government, and local authorities in its plans to build a tyre factory near Carlisle, England. The facility is scheduled to be complete by the end of 2017. It is speculated that it could bring up to 500 jobs when production is up to full scale. Its goal is to manufacture 2 million tyres a year, mostly for motorsport specialist markets.
- The Times (25 January 2015)
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- Evans, David (3 November 2011). "Ott Tanak to give DMACK tyres their World Rally Car debut in Britain". Autosport. Haymarket Publications. Retrieved 17 January 2012.
- "New 500-job tyre factory planned for Carlisle". News & Star. CN Group. 12 February 2016. Retrieved 2 March 2016.
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