Seng Tire History


Seng Tire - Family owned and operated commercial tire business since 1937

1937 - Alfred Seng starts "Seng Tire" in Detroit, pre World War II era as a one-man show at the original Selden & Cass location. Early on, Alfred services did all sorts of tires. Eventually moving away from automobile tires, Seng Tire turned to specializing in commercial and light truck tires.

1958 - After nearly 20 years of service, Seng Tire moved in 1958 to Livonia, Michigan into an newer, larger location near 8 Mile, Middlebelt & Merimann area.

1974 - Another period of rapid growth saw the need to relocate again to Novi, Michigan in 1974.

1978 - Seng Tire moves again to the current location for its main headquarters in Wixom, MI. Having found a permanent spot to house enough inventory for the local markets, Seng Tire seeks to extend its tire service coverage in other areas.

1990 - New service area: Chicago, IL - Seng Tire expands with Forest Park location.

1992 - Seng Tire adds new location in Dearborn, Michigan to better service the Detroit market.

2004 - Another location in Ottowa Lake, Michigan is added to further expand the service range for Seng Tire.

Seng Family Hunting & Fishing Trips

Hunting & Fishing - a family tradition

It is said that the family that hunts together, stays together - or something like that. At least it works for the Seng family.

Marty, Robert, and Steve Seng have all been avid outdoorsman for years, but the father of four has made hunting a family tradition that was passed down from his father and grandfather. In the off-season, the Seng family tradition turns to fishing. Typical shop talk on any given day will have something to do with one or other, its what they do.

The Seng Family enjoys hunting rabbit, heir, deer, turkey on large acres of wilderness properties throughout Michigan and the United States. They also fish for perch, snok, redfish, steelhead, walleye, muster fishing, peacock bass; often making a few annual trips to Everglades City, FL for a fishing adventure down south.