Breaking News

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

Valebridge Media Services, the organisers of the second annual Recircle Awards, are pleased to announce the addition of three new partner/collaborators.

The Asociación Española de Fabricantes de Automóviles y Camiones (Spanish Association for truck and car Manufacturers), ANFAC has published its latest registration data for the market for August 2021 as year-on-year statistics registered declines across the industrial vehicle, light commercial vehicle and bus sectors. Notwithstanding these declines, industrial vehicles and light commercial vehicles remain significantly ahead of the 2020 year-to-date performance.

More than eight months before the start of THE TIRE COLOGNE 2022, the leading international trade fair for the tyre and wheel industry is right on track.

When the Devon-based retreader Bandvulc looked to mark its 50th anniversary recently, they remembered the old adage that charity begins at home and decided to use the milestone birthday as an opportunity to say thank you to its local community.

Fedecom, the Dutch Association responsible for companies that are active in technology for agriculture, dairy farming, landscaping and horticulture, as well as for the industry and internal transport have published the Q1 and Q2 results for tractor registrations in the Netherlands. The results cover the following tractor models: agricultural, narrow-gauge and compact.

 

BIL Sweden, the Swedish Association for Manufacturers and Importers of Cars, Trucks and Buses published its monthly registration figures for the market with year-to-date figures continuing to perform strongly across the truck sector for both light and heavy trucks, contrasting significantly to the struggling bus sector.

 

Sixteen key awards categories have been revealed for the second edition of the Recircle Awards. Also, the digital award ceremony has been scheduled for Monday, April 25, 2022. Physical award presentations to follow multi-show format. 

BIL Sweden has released its monthly registration figures for July, which have continued to participate to the strong economic recovery in the country, but also make contributions towards electrification in the Swedish commercial vehicle sector.

The Ministerio de Agricultura, Pesca y Alimentación (Ministery for Agriculture, Fishing and Food in Spain) has announced its latest registration figures for tractors and automotive machinery for June, with the sector seeing the first year-on-year drop for 2021, which has failed to noticeably stunt its progression in its year-to-date performance compared to 2020.

The latest monthly figures for LCVS, industrial vehicles and buses have been revealed by Asociación Española de Fabricantes de Automóviles y Camiones (ANFAC) as they show year-on-year decreases across all three aforementioned segments, whilst the year-to-date numbers continue to stack up well against 2020.

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