With its renovation, the repair shop reinforces its commitment to the quality and service offered by the network, in line with its business concept.
This news category focuses on the latest contract news between fleets and tyre manufacturers in the commercial tyre industry.
Wheely-Safe for Translink
Northern Ireland’s public transport provider Translink is completing the full fleet roll-out of Wheely-Safe’s latest generation technology.
Q3 Goodyear TruckForce Awards Announced
The Goodyear TruckForce Service Excellence Award is to recognise exemplary performance and service from network partners in the commercial vehicle sector
Remondis Puts Faith in Continental
Remondis Südwestfalen GmbH, a municipal and commercial waste management company, has set a good example at its headquarters in Soest, Germany, by having sustainability as the main objective
MAXAM AGRIXTRA for Case IH
CASE IH approves the fitment of MAXAM AGRIXTRA Radial Tyre Series for Luxxum, Maxxum, Puma tractor families
Wheely-Safe for Green Recycling
Wheely-Safe results lead to fleet upgrade at Essex based Green Recycling
Michelin Gains Transportes Sul do Tejo Contract
For Transportes Sul do Tejo, the tyres of its fleet have always been a priority factor in the search for and implementation of solutions that guarantee the mobility of the population through passenger transport services in a safe, economic and environmentally sustainable way
Alliance Moves to Kevin Burke Tyres in Ireland
Yokohama Off-Highway Tires’ Alliance brand has a new distribution partner in Ireland.
R&J Strang and WM Hamilton Renew Service Partnership
WM Hamilton & Sons, a leading supplier of road sweeping, waste removal and material haulage services in Scotland, has extended its contract with Continental-owned tyre service provider R&J Strang for an additional five years
Transportes Machado & Brites Gains from Michelin Contract
Transportes Machado & Brites, based in Leiria (Portugal), has relied since last March on Michelin for the comprehensive management of tyres for its fleet, of 420 vehicles