Contract Wins

This news category focuses on the latest contract news between fleets and tyre manufacturers in the commercial tyre industry.

Michelin is now supplying tyres for BNP Paribas Rental Solutions’ UK fleet, as part of a new agreement.

 

Continental has announced that it will supply its intelligent tyres in the size 385/55 R22.5 and 385/65 R22.5 as original equipment for the new refrigerated vehicle, the Evolution from Lecitrailer. Lecitrailer are known as one of the most important manufacturers of trailers and semi-trailers in Europe and the launch has coincided with its 30th anniversary.

 

FreshLinc Group is now running exclusively on Michelin tyres after moving its entire bulk transport fleet onto its existing Effitires tyre management contract with the manufacturer’s Services & Solutions team.

Goodyear has announced a three-year partnership with Maxi Haulage Ltd. As part of this deal, Maxi Haulage Ltd will be supplied with tyres from the KMAX GEN-2 range, and be supported by TruckForce, under the Goodyear Total Mobility offering.

Independent parcel carrier Yodel is rolling out a new generation of tyres designed to maximise the safety and mobility of its delivery vans in all weathers, including on dry, wet, icy and snow-covered roads.

 

The Fleet Engineer for transport and storage specialist TP Niven has praised Michelin for its role in ensuring his vehicles can operate at maximum utilisation during these unprecedented times.

 

Kwik Fit has announced the agreement of a major deal with Lex Autolease, a vehicle contract hire and leasing provider.

Newton Abbot-based heating oil and fuel specialist Heltor has returned to a full Michelin tyre policy across its fleet of more than 50 commercial vehicles, less than two years after switching to a competing premium brand.

Michelin has signed an agreement with OnTruck to offer exclusive advantages to more than 3,000 transport professionals that integrates the network of collaborators of the online platform for the transport of merchandising and goods by road.

Major waste management group, CSG, has committed to a further two years with Bandvulc, the specialist retread subsidiary of Continental, as it seeks to reduce both capital expenditure and management time on its vehicle fleet operations, while maintaining high safety and environmental standards.

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