TRC’s global business is headquartered and managed in Johnstown, Ohio, USA with group offices in Lisburn, Northern Ireland; Turnhout, Belgium; Rovereto, Italy; Shanghai, China; Tokyo, Japan; and Sao Paulo, Brazil.
- Repair: When rubber needs to be reliably repaired, technicians rely on repair products, bonding agents, and tools from TECH™ Tire Repair, TECH Outdoors™, Truflex/PANG™, and Pang™ Industrial.
- Reuse: TRC has ownership interests in companies such as Polywood, which converts recycled milk jugs into outdoor furniture.
- Recycle: Rubber recycling reduces our industries’ impact on the environment. Also, TRC customers rely on recycling systems and molded products from Salvadori.
- Repurpose: Adapting or altering rubber to find new uses that create value for our customers.
TRC’s business is led by five core values that encompass all we do: Honor, Innovation, Leadership, Teamwork, and Intelligence.
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History of Innovation
Cornell’s vision created a legacy of innovation for generations to come. Now, more than 75 years after Cornell helped to create an industry, TRC is directed by the fourth-generation of family leaders. Still headquartered in Johnstown, Ohio, TRC has grown to become an international manufacturer and distributor of more than 10,000 tire repair, wheel service and industrial rubber products that support customers in 95 countries.
Corporate Social Responsibility
In addition to providing corporate support to nonprofit organizations and campaigns, TRC supports the missions and causes that are important to our employees through our Matching Gifts Program. This program provides a Matching Dollars Program to match financial contributions made by employees, as well as a Matching Hours Program to provide financial support to nonprofits where employees donate their time.
Education – Schools, non-profit organizations, scholarship funds and events that support education
Emergency and First Responders – Support for volunteer-based organizations, equipment requests
Industry-Related – Charitable programs connected with tire and rubber industries
Sports – Community-based sports programs
Women’s Charitable Organizations – Focused on supporting victims of domestic violence
Causes we care about
TRC Does Not Fund Organizations that have not been granted tax-exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) or IRS code or international equivalency, or that are not a K-12 school or school district. Organizations seeking underwriting for advertising