Continental’s 4×4 tyre range offers the perfect solution for today’s diverse mix of traditional and high performance SUV’s.
With environmental consciousness front of mind across the transport industry and society as a whole, commercial fleet operators work hard to reduce fuel consumption, to meet strict legal requirements and help lower overall driving costs.
Continental has taken top honours in the Auto Express Product awards, claiming ‘Product of the Year’ alongside a treble for their summer, winter and all-season tyre ranges.
Continental is to invest approximately €100m into the expansion of its radial Earthmoving and Port tyres production facilities in Lousado, Portugal. The newly expanded centre will continue to produce tyres with a diameter larger than 24 inches and will create more than 100 new jobs.
A new penalty point regime for tyre safety came into force in May 2016 – and research examined by Continental Tyres since then shows only 3,260 tyre penalty notices have been issued, an average of just 90 per month.
Offering reliable grip even on wet surfaces – this outstanding feature helped Continental’s latest sports tyre ContiSportAttack 3, clinch the title “Test Winner in the Wet” in the June issue of sports bike magazine, PS. The tyre’s balanced properties also catapulted the Korbach “athlete” onto the winners’ podium in the overall rankings – with just
Continental has opened the company-wide competence centre for 3D printing at its electronics plant in Karben, Germany.
Continental has released a range of new agricultural tyres to help reduce the impact of heavy machinery on the soil.
Continental has introduced its new radial tyre portfolio, developed to meet the exacting demands of vehicles utilized in the port industry.
Continental Tyres has officially opened its brand-new ContiAcademy to help upskill commercial tyre technicians in the UK, with training courses to suit individual technician’s needs, improve performance and raise standards across the industry.
With pressures on today’s operators increasing from driver shortages, fuel increases and ultra-low emission zones, keeping costs under control is even more crucial.