Bus Tyres Archive
Continental is for the first time unveiling components and tyres for trucks and buses made from natural rubber derived from dandelion roots. At the forthcoming International Motor Show Commercial Vehicles, the technology company will be showcasing for the first time truck tyres made from this innovative and sustainable dandelion rubber: Conti EcoPlus HD3, which were
Suckling Transport has renewed its EFFITIRES™ contract with Michelin solutions as the company works to further increase safety through effective tyre management.
Giti Tire has released full product details of the two latest additions into its expanding GT Radial truck and bus portfolio – the GSW226 high traction steer axle and GTL925 low platform trailer pattern tyres.
The use of new nanomaterials in tyre production could help foster the sustainability of the tyre industry and reduce the environmental impact of vehicles,
Nokian’s summer tyres, zLine for fast driving and Nokian Line with strong grip on wet surfaces, offer high levels of safety and satisfaction in challenging summer conditions.
Goodyear has launched its first ever dedicated coach tyres in Europe; the Goodyear all position tyre Marathon Coach and Goodyear Ultra Grip Coach winter drive tyre
Co. Waterford haulier, Dungarvan Transport has chosedn Bridgestone to be the supplier for all of its fleet needs.
Goodyear is unveiling a new coach tyre programme, which, along with the latest products and other technical developments from the tyre manufacturer, will be shown at the 2012 IAA Commercial Vehicle Show in Hanover, Germany, on stand B22 in Hall 12 from September 20 to 27.
Bridgestone set to expand Polish TBR facility Bridgestone’s subsidiary in Poland is increasing production capacity of truck and bus radial tyres (TBR) with a total investment in the plant of approximately €120 million. The planned expansion will increase the plant’s production capacity by approximately 1,350 tyres per day, bringing the plant’s capacity to approximately 3,750
Following more than six billion kilometres of testing involving 50,000 tyres over seven years, Michelin is taking the first steps to combine the introduction of a Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) and Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) chips in tyres for large commercial vehicle fleets.
Brityrex International at EventCity, Manchester in October is shaping up to be an exhibition the industry can be really proud of. With high profile exhibitors continuing to sign up for the show on a regular basis, organiser ECI International has also confirmed a number of other exciting developments.