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Bridgestone's global leadership team sent members to Port Hedland for the opening.

Bridgestone gets technology spinning at new centre

Japanese tyre maker Bridgestone opened a $10 million facility in Port Hedland last week that will apply remote sensing and big data to detect wear on the mining fleets and conveyors of its Pilbara customers.

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