Nokians tire and ironman tires were the two most valuable tire brands for 2013.
Nokias brand accounted for about 40% of all tires sold in the United States, with more than $1.4 billion in annual sales.
The brands are based on the Greek words for “iron” and “man” and the word “ironman” comes from the word nokia, meaning “iron”.
Nokia is the Greek word for “fire”, “light” and its a name used in Greek mythology.
The company, which was founded in 1994, has been a leading manufacturer of tires for the automotive and aviation industries since its inception.
Nokias name was originally given to a brand of fire extinguishers, but the name was changed after the company started selling the tires in 2002.
It was then called Nokios brand, and its name has been used since then.