Van/LCV Tyres Archive
The use of new nanomaterials in tyre production could help foster the sustainability of the tyre industry and reduce the environmental impact of vehicles,
At a time when European tyre labelling legislation means that manufacturers have to display their tyre grades, Michelin is reaffirming its commitment to delivering the best performance balance in each of its tyre ranges.
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.
Pirelli has upgraded its truck section on its company website to include information on the new European label legislation and Cyber Fleet.
Oranmore Co. Galway based AKAT Pitstop has added to its service offering for fleet customers with the purchase of a new mobile Tac-Scan tyre wear diagnostic machine, from garage equipment specialists Techplus.
More than seven out of 10 of the National Ambulance Service’s (NAS) current fleet of approximately 500 vehicles, have under-inflated tyres, a survey has confirmed.
Patch Tyre Equipment is set to add to its ever growing range of own-brand workshop equipment with the introduction of a new range of air compressors, which are ideally suited for the tyre trade.
Tech Europe has launched its new range of TPMS products and services comprising a comprehensive programme of sensors, valves, service kits, workshop and diagnostic tools.
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.
Infinity Tyres has unveiled to new tyres to add to its growing range, the Ecomax and Ecosis.
Interstate Tire is poised to unveil two new winter tyres this week.