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The Nokian Ground King hybrid pattern tractor tyre could be the first to bring new kind of efficiency to combined field and road application in agriculture after being released in 2019. with that in mind, Nokian Tyres has been collaborating with an agricultural contracting company Blunk GmbH, the German Kiel University put the tyre through a series of tests in everyday practical work.

 

BKT's ethical conduct has been one that they have been keen to promote for many years from the sustainable restructuring of its facilities, to the search for raw materials to make its tyres, in order to limit the exploitation of our planet's resources. 

The new generation of tyres in the form of the BFGoodrich Cross Control 2 has recently been launched and developed for steering and driving axles for trucks in the mixed-use segment. The product stands out for its improved traction and stability as well as its robustness for any type of terrain.

Hankook Tire has revealed the company’s financial result for Q1 2020 with consolidated global sales of KRW 1.4358 trillion (approx. 1.0905 billion Euro) and an operating profit of KRW 105.9 billion (approx. 80.4 million Euro).

UK commercial vehicle (CV) production fell -41.8% in March, with 5,219 units leaving production lines, according to the latest figures released by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).

Tractor of the Year (TotY) has a new partner in the form of BKT with the partnership lasting for 4 years and coming into force from the 6th of May.

 

The UK new light commercial vehicle (LCV) market declined -86.2% in April as nearly all registrations stopped due to coronavirus lockdowns.

Production of BKT's tyres has partially restarted in all its Indian factories, following dialogue with and approval by the local governments of the States where the plants are located.

 

Bridgestone EMIA has resumed production at its European manufacturing plants in Bari (Italy), Lanklaar (Belgium) and Béthune (France) plant.

Saracens Tyres has put any plans to celebrate its 50th anniversary on hold to focus its efforts on helping its customers stay fully operational throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

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