Contract Wins

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

PJ Thory Ltd, whose diverse operation spans mixed haulage, aggregate supplies, waste management and demolition, has installed a TyreWatch system to monitor and control the tyre maintenance and safety for each tyre on their extensive 8-wheeler HGV fleet. 

With HaGe Logistik entrusting its tyre management to Continental, Continental’s retreads continue to gain traction. With HaGe Logistik pooling its tyre service portfolio to ensure strong sustainability with Conti360° Solutions, Continental continues working towards the future of fleet management with Logistics 4.0.

Construction fleets can now connect Wheely-Safe’s latest generation technology through Trackunit telematics. 

Tyre manufacturer Vaculug has signed an exclusive five-year agreement with CAM International, which will allow its service partners subscribed to the e-jobsheet tablet app for truck, bus, van, industrial and car fleet work to be integrated with its systems via the TiDaeX™ platform. 

 

BKT gets to the heart of a typical day of Scaglia Farm, where the capacity and versatility of the vehicles are aiding important and variable workload between land care and the handling of materials. 

Some 4,000 fleet vehicles are being assisted back on the road every weekday in the UK by being seamlessly connected to a network of commercial tyre service providers via CAM International’s simple e-jobsheet tablet app for truck, bus, van and car. 

Continued confidence in the product and a shared focus on sustainable transport has seen Rotala sign a new five-year Effitires contract with the Michelin Services and Solutions team. 

East Midlands public transport operator trentbarton has installed Wheely-Safe technology across its entire bus fleet after in-depth trials proved the unrivalled safety benefits of the system. 

Boughey Distribution has become one of the largest fleets in the UK to adopt a Michelin X Multi Energy tyre policy on all new vehicles joining its fleet. 

Bandvulc has announced a two-year deal will take Barrett Steel, bringing both companies to almost 15 years of collaboration. Bandvulc’s customer service and cost-effective tyre policy secures contract extension from UK’s largest independent steel stockholder As well, retreaded tyres support Barrett Steel’s ethos to operate in a socially responsible way. 

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