Nankang has announced an original equipment supply contract with Dutch lightweight sports car maker Donkervoor Automobielen.
The NCTS reopened 19 centres on Monday, June 8. It then reopened the remaining 16 centres on Monday (June 29).
Bridgestone is collaborating with Microsoft to develop a world-first monitoring system for detecting tyre damage issues in real-time.
BFGoodrich has added to its range of heavy truck tyres with the introduction of its new Cross Control 2 – the brand’s first second-generation product to be introduced into the Irish and UK markets.
Sealey has launched its new Hand Tool Promotion. Their 24 page special catalogue details all the offers, which run from July 1 to October 31, 2020. It features discounts up to 55 per cent off their list price.
The driver of a vehicle towing a trailer of livestock was last weekend stopped by An Garda Síochána in Co. Longford, when a tyre on the trailer caught their attention.
Hankook has been confirmed as the new Gen3 tyre supplier and technology partner for the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship.
PCL has appointed Dean Battersby to the role of operations director. He replaces Mark McCaughey, who has retired after 30 years of service.
Autogem has unveiled what its says is its most advanced TPMS handheld solution to date, offering customers a time saving, revenue generating resource like never before.
Edwin van der Stad has been appointed vice president OE Europe at Nexen Tire. The Dutchman, who was appointed in March, brings more than 30 years of industry experience and many years of experience in OE management to the Korean tyre maker.
The British government has confirmed the six-month MOT extension, which was introduced during the lockdown, will be stopped for vehicles with an MOT due on or after August 1.