Mitas Praha was founded in 1932. One year later, the company was taken over by Michelin, which decided to establish a subsidiary in Prague to manage the production of tires and tubes for motorcycles, bicycles and cars.

Now 75% owned by the French giant, Mitas quickly increased its daily production. During the Second World War, the Germans took over the company, which was nationalized after the troops left.

During the 1960s, the company underwent a major restructuring and quickly became one of the leaders in the European rubber industry.

In 1993, after a devastating fire in 1985, which forced Mitas to slow down production, a new factory was opened.

In 2004, Mitas acquired the right to license several brands such as Euzkadi, Semperit and Continental for agricultural tires.

In 2015, the Trelleborg Group acquires Mitas.

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