Britain’s new light commercial vehicle (LCV) market declines -18.4% in October, with 22,386 vans joining UK roads.
New Green Tyre from GRI
GRI launches landmark Innovative Tread Design with GREEN XLR EARTH 65+
Three New Tyres from Magna
Magna’s range of mining and earthmoving tyres consists of tyres specially designed for machinery that needs to perform on extreme and challenging terrains
BKT Launches First Agriforce Track
BKT enters a new market segment extending its product range to include AGRIFORCE BK T71 rubber tracks
Michelin Launches New Stacker Tyre
Michelin 3D Stacker is designed to reduce unexpected downtime. Read the full product launch on Commercial Tyre Business.
Trelleborg Launches ATMS at SIMA 22
Trelleborg officially reveals its Adaptive Tyre Management System (ATMS) at SIMA 2022; the international exhibition of solutions and technologies for efficient and sustainable agriculture, which is celebrating its centenary in Paris, France, from November 6 to November 10, 2022.
ETRMA Show Agricultural Sales Under Pressure
European Tyre and Rubber Manufacturers’ Association Figures suggest an ongoing economic struggle reflected in tyre sales
Vaculug Grows its OTR Team
Vaculug is celebrating major growth in the off-the-road tyre sector with a new sales manager appointment and several contract wins with key clients in the waste and construction sectors.
Apollo Tyres Launches New A-rated ‘EnduMile LHT’
Apollo Tyres is to enter Europe’s Long-Haul Trailer (LHT) sector with the launch of its new ‘EnduMile LHT trailer tyre’. The new product is A-rated for rolling resistance and has been developed specifically to outperform the established best-selling and best-performing products in the LHT segment.
Apollo Tyres Announces Five-Year Plan for Truck and Bus Segment
Apollo Tyres has announced a major new strategic five-year plan to build its presence in Europe’s truck and bus, radial (TBR) tyre market. The plan includes measures to double TBR tyre production output compared to last year at its advanced production plant in Hungary, as well as expand its product range to cover up to 90% of the TBR segment’s total size and specification requirements by 2025.