Agricultural and Industrial Tyres

Featuring VF technology, BKT’s flotation tyre, dedicated to agricultural trailers, supports more sustainable work in the field. 

The BKT AGRIMAX tyre, created to improve the performance of high-powered tractors, will soon be available in 22 different sizes. All the new sizes are equipped with VF technology. 

Generation 3 winter tyres for safe driving in wintry road conditions now complete with addition of 22.5-inch tyre. New technologies and special winter compound offer improved performance in terms of grip, mileage, rolling resistance and safety. 

Goodyear Ventures has added TuSimple, a global autonomous trucking technology company, to its growing investment portfolio. 

The Alliance 585 tyre range has been officially homologated by Manitou as an option for the manufacturer’s range of MLT NewAg telehandlers. This tyre option in size 460/70R24 is already available from factory on MLT NewAg and NewAg XL ranges. 

Camso, a Michelin Group brand, introduces the Camso TLH 732+ tyre for telehandlers, offering 64 per cent more life than its predecessor, the TLH 732. The new tyre provides overall improved performance, durability, puncture resistance and traction for construction industry professionals.  

With the aim of collaborating with official institutions, associations and entities that fight the coronavirus pandemic every day, KLEBER is launching a solidarity effort which includes the donation of more than 1,000 tyres through the KSC network of workshops in Spain. 

Falken Tyre’s parent company, Sumitomo Rubber Industries Ltd. has opened a new testing facility at its winter tyre development base, Nayoro Tyre Proving Ground in Hokkaido, Japan. 

Michelin has expanded its fuel-saving regional tyre offering with the introduction of 315/80 R22.5 X Multi Energy Z (multi position) and X Multi Energy D (drive) fitments – ensuring this key product range is offered in two of the most popular sizes in the UK and Irish heavy truck market. 

UK light commercial vehicle (LCV) market grows 2.0% in January, with 24,029 vehicles registered. Registrations of large vans single-handedly drive demand, surging 25.4% as all other segments experience double-digit decline. New emissions figures reveal 2020 as the year with lowest recorded van-derived average CO2 emissions, down -1.8% on 2019. 

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