Dublin-based tyre wholesaler Kings Road Tyres (KRT) will be following up a successful first appearance at Auto Trade EXPO last year, with a major presence at the 2015 show this October.
KRT is a leading distributor of truck, agricultural, industrial, OTR and passenger car tyres, offering a choice of exclusive products to the Irish market. Prominent brands exhibiting at the event at Dublin’s Citywest Event Centre will include:
Aeolus TBR & OTR: KRT has been the sole supplier of the fast-growing Aeolus truck, bus and coach range for more than 10 years;
Uniroyal TBR: another exclusive KRT brand, Uniroyal’s latest TBR tyres for combined regional and long-distance use, the new FH 40 steering axle tyre and new DH 40 drive axle tyre, will make their debut at the show. Both tyres come in size 315/80 R22.5 and are suitable for buses and trucks;
Antyre and Fullrun TBR: demonstrating the breadth and depth of KRT’s offer to the haulage sector, Antyre and Fullrun provide budget brand choices in the truck and bus sector;
Maxam Industrial, Construction and OTR; KRT is the exclusive supplier of Maxam solid, press-on band and pneumatic industrial tyres and its extensive range of specialist products for the construction and OTR sector;
Taurus AGR; offers farming users consistently high, European manufactured quality at competitive prices. Taurus supplies an extensive agricultural range in 80, 70 and 65 Series tractor tyres and Row Crop/Narrow fitment applications in Soil Saver RC95
Carbon Series PCR; a value-for-money budget car tyre covering a wide range of popular sizes and applications
“KRT has always recognised the benefits of meeting customers face-to-face at trade shows and events, which is why we were happy to support the first Auto Trade EXPO ,” explains KRT Group Operations Manager, Tim Bader.
“We will be returning in October with a full selection of our exclusive brands. In particular, there will be a strong focus on truck, bus and coach tyres, where we offer customers four brands covering the mid-range, premium-budget and budget market segments.