Irish Tyre Industry Association Archive
Jackie Wherity, Bridgestone Ireland has been appointed chairperson of the Irish Tyre Industry Association (ITIA), succeeding Paddy Murphy, of Advance Tyres. At the ITIA AGM in January, it was decided that the position of Chairperson of the Association would be for a one-year term.
The Irish Tyre Industry Association (ITIA) is teaming up with Athlone Training Centre to launch its first ever Tyre Technician Training Development Programme (TTTPD).
The two main tyre industry bodies have warned that a Government scheme scheduled for introduction next month will do nothing to stem the stockpiles of illegally dumped tyres around the country, following a a meeting in Portlaoise on Tuesday night.
The Irish Tyre Industry Association (ITIA) has confirmed that it continue as an organisation and will engage in talks which it is hoped can lead to a fit for purpose waste tyre management scheme.
The Irish Tyre Industry Association (ITIA) has issued the following statement to its members in relation to the establishment of the Producer Responsibility Initiative (PRI) for waste tyres.
Alan Kelly, T.D., Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government met with the President, Kevin Farrell and a delegation from the Irish Tyre Industry Association on Thursday.
All Irish Tyre Industry Association (ITIA) regional meetings scheduled for April have been postponed due to unforseen circumstances.
Noel Brett, Chief Executive of the Road Safety Authority has been confirmed as the guest speaker at the Irish Tyre Industry Association’s (ITIA) Annual Dinner in the Mullingar Park Hotel on Saturday March 2.
The Irish Tyre Industry Association’s (ITIA) Annual General Meeting and Dinner will take place at the Mullingar Park Hotel, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath on Saturday, March 2.
The Irish Tyre Industry Association (ITIA) in its drive to regulate the sector believes its ATA Accreditation programme has a central role to play.
The Irish Tyre Industry Association (ITIA) is calling on all professional tyre businesses to join the Association in its Drive for Licensing campaign. The ITIA says it strongly believes that everyone involved in the reputable tyre trade needs to work together to set the trade apart from those trading in the black economy.