Future winter tyres will need to perform in very varying weather, as the roads may be covered in water, slush, snow, or ice. Nokian Tyres says its priority is the development of “the world’s best winter tyres”, and to always make tyres as safe as possible.
Nokian Tyres tells us that it has made significant progress on its first North American production plant and remains on schedule to begin commercial tire production in the new manufacturing facility in 2020. The exteriors of the factory’s mixing tower and production building are largely complete, and workers are currently installing state-of-the-art manufacturing technology inside
The new non-studded Nokian Hakkapeliitta R3 winter tyre offers much-needed peace of mind in case of a sudden snowstorm or rapidly freezing road surfaces. The further improved ice grip and better handling are based on the Arctic Sense Grip concept developed by Nokian Tyres that makes driving wonderfully controlled, precise and quiet in slippery winter
Nokian Heavy Tyres Ltd, part of the Nokian Tyres group, is increasing its production capacity by 50 per cent by investing total approximately €70 million in its factory in Nokia over the following three years. With the capacity increase, approximately 50 new people will be hired for the production of heavy tyres. “The international heavy