Bandag, part of the Bridgestone Group, is marking its 60th anniversary – and 10th Anniversary as part of the Bridgestone Group – with a new brand logo and the launch of a new global campaign. Called “Built for Better”, the platform will unite the Bandag brand globally and position retreads as an innovative, sustainable business
Bridgestone, manufacturer of the world’s most advanced Bandag retreads – is excited to announce the launch of the all-new Bandag M-DRIVE 001 retread. Designed to meet the challenges of construction, civil engineering and other on/off applications across a wide range of surface and weather conditions, the Bandag M-DRIVE 001 pushes the bounds of mileage performance
Bandag is extending its range of premium treads with the launch of the all-new Bandag BDR-WXT drive regional tread. So operators can extend their range, too, with optimised wear life performance in even the most extreme Nordic winter conditions. Together with the release of new sizes in a variety of other specialty retreads, the launch
Bridgestone and its Bandag brand have introduced BASys across Europe: a platform that tracks and manages casings for retreading. By integrating a range of functionalities from collecting casings from the fleet through to delivery of the retreaded tyre, BASys helps fleet customers to use their casings more efficiently and reduce their overall tyre costs. “BASys
Bandag has added three new sizes to its range of retreads for city bus and coach applications. Great news for a whole host of operators looking to capitalise on the premium performance, safety, durability and mileage of Bandag retreads for city buses and coaches.
Bandag, the company that sets the global standard for premium-quality retreads, is raising the bar even higher with the launch of three new winter drive and trailer retreads.
Bridgestone has unveiled a new retread tyre, the Bandag FuelTech.
Bandag has unveiled a new range of fuel-smart retreads, which address the cost challenges that fleets face on an ongoing basis.
Hard on the heels of the Bridgestone U-AP 001 launched in 2014, the all-new Bandag U-AP 001 urban all-position tread signals the arrival of a new benchmark in urban retreads, promising the “Perfect City Match” and a reduced total cost per km for city-based operators.
Tony Doyle, who has been with Bandvulc for over five years, is to change roles in 2014 to managing Bandvulc Solutions’ (formally known as Bandvulc Tyre Contracts) network of independent service providers.
City buses and other urban traffic vehicles, such as waste collection trucks are exposed to a violent working life: short turns, frequent stop-and-go’s, curbs, narrow streets, potholes, irregular loads and changing road surface types, imposing specific requirements towards tyre quality and robustness.