Breaking News

The Commercial Tyre Business Breaking News section brings you the latest stories emanating from the commercial tyre and fleet management industries. 

Following a year of investment and growth, Grantham based retreader Vaculug has announced the launch of a new dealer network strategy aimed at leveraging the company’s relationships with its dealers by delivering product and marketing support in a locally focused approach to assist retail partners to develop sales opportunities.

The Comité des Constructeurs Français d'Automobiles, the Automotive manufacturing association in France has released its latest registrations for June for the automotive sector.

 

The European Tyre and Rubber Manufacturers’ Association published its members’ replacement sales for the second quarter 2021, with Q2 2021 data confirming the positive evolution started in Q1 of this year, reinforcing the recovery trend of the industry.

La Asociación Española de Fabricantes de Automóviles y Camiones (ANFAC), the automotive association for Spain has announced its latest figures for June 2021 with http://bit.ly/32Tlapv and buses showing 18.1% year-on-year growth, whilst the light commercial vehicle market decreased by 4.9% when compared against June 2020’s benchmark.

The latest figures have been released from the Agricultural Engineer's Association detailing tractor registrations in the UK for June. as the sector experienced a 43.1% jump on 2020's standpoint with 1473 units over 50hp registered over the course of the month.

The latest exclusive interview for Commercial Tyre Business has taken us into the field of data capture in the commercial tyre industry with Anyline. Fréderic Baroin, the VP EMEA for Anyline detailed the company’s trajectory from 2013 to the present day and how it sees its technology being leveraged in the truck tyre and retreading sectors.

Part 11 in the Industrial Tyres feature takes us to Canada, the home of Camso as we talk to Darren Stratton, the Product Management Director at Michelin.

 

The latest Commercial Tyre Business feature takes us onto the subject of industrial tyres. With this sector covering such a wide range of applications from construction to mining, and from logistics to ports and materials handling, Part 10 of the feature saw Commercial Tyre Business begin by speaking to Bridgestone’s Mark Butcher, North Europe Product Manager – Off Road and Rob Cole, Key Account Manager - Off Road, who took a keen focus on the tyre manufacturer’s off-road offerings.

Part 9 in our Commercial Tyre Business feature on Industrial Tyres sees the Commercial Director of CAM return, Steve Daly. Steve detailed the key benefits that CAM’s technology and offerings can provide for this sector, as well as the trends that the company is seeing arise from industrial tyre dealers.

Part 8 in the Industrial Tyres Feature, reports on the latest launch by Michelin into the industrial tyres market with the launch of the new MICHELIN X AGVEV, the first tyre from the company specifically designed for automatic guided vehicles (AGV) operating in ports.

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