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.
Bandvulc will present its ‘Gripmaster’ range of on- and off-road construction tyres to audiences at this year’s Tip-Ex show from May 30 to June 1 at the Harrogate Convention Centre.
Off-the-road tyres (OTR) mounted on a variety of construction vehicles and machinery have to cope with difficult ground conditions. Continental has therefore developed the ContiEarth range.
Scottish bus operator, JMB Travel, has adopted a Continental Tyres only policy on its fleet of service buses, following impressive trial results against its former tyre choices.
Continental has introduced its new Conti Urban HA3 315/60 R22.5 154/148J (156/150F) tyres for electric buses.
Haulage contractor, H&L Transport which operates major contracts with Gist, has found switching to Continental Tyres from a previous premium brand has brought real benefits.
Continental Tyres UK has put digitalisation for safety to the top of the transport agenda in the construction industry, exploring how emerging technologies will make commercial vehicle fleets safer to audiences at the CLOCS Annual Conference.
Technology company, Continental has revealed a new service concept, which incorporates tyres, hardware, software and data in a bid to strengthen its servitization.
Continental is further extending its tyre portfolio for the earthmoving industry.
Tony Stapleton, Head of Fleet Sales for Continental Group UK & Ireland, explains the importance of wheel security, exploring what can cause wheel security issues, and offers best practice guidance for operators. Q1. Why is wheel security such an important issue? By far the greatest and most important reason for wheel security checks is road
Continental’s PremiumContact 6 was awarded an “exemplary” rating during AutoBild Sportscars’ report on the latest summer tyre test.