The Irish Tyre Industry Association (ITIA) has confirmed that its next ATA Accreditation day will be on Monday the 25th March. “We are having a final big push to get at least one Accredited Tyre Technician in each of our member retail outlets. The support, for this exclusive ITIA Accreditation programme, has been positive but
The Irish Tyre Industry Association (ITIA) is calling on all member retail outlets to attend its forthcoming Annual General Meeting and Dinner, which takes place in the Mullingar Park Hotel, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath on Saturday March 2.
The Irish Tyre Industry Association (ITIA) has voiced its concerns about revelations that the Department of Social Protection is helping to set up social welfare recipients in business in direct competition to established tyre retailers.
The Irish Tyre Industry Association (ITIA) Annual Golf Outing returns to Rathsallagh Golf Club, Dunlavin , Co. Wicklow on Thursday, May 9. Following the success of last year’s outing, the ITIA has chosed the stunning Co. Wicklow Golf Club for the second successive year.
The Irish Tyre Industry Association (ITIA) wants the tyre sector licensed and regulated by government. ITIA President Kevin Farrell says the focus of all ITIA projects this year has culminated in the drive for licensing programme.
A total of 115 Irish Tyre Industry Association member outlets nationwide took part in providing the tyre safety checks to the motoring public and gave out free safety packs to all who had their tyres checked., during Road Safety Week.
The new president of the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) is warning motorists that fitting part worn tyres may save money in the short-term, but such decisions may come back to haunt them in the longer term.