July’s registration figures for the light commercial vehicle market in France have been published by the Comité des Constructeurs Français d'Automobiles (the automotive manufacturer’s association for France) as the market continued to operate at lower levels than 2021.
Vaculug Appoints Glenn Sherwood
Vaculug is has has appointed Glenn Sherwood to its main board as Chief Growth Officer.
Visão Agro Centro-Sul Award for Trelleborg
Trelleborg has received the prestigious Visão Agro Centro-Sul Award for “Best Agriculture tyre” for its role in the Brazilian agricultural industry.
Continental and R&J Strang at Truckfest Scotland
Visitors to Truckfest Scotland will be able to check out the latest in tyre innovation from Continental, with the manufacturer exhibiting alongside its tyre service provider, R&J Strang, at the Edinburgh event.
Goodyear Discusses its Sustainability Credentials
Goodyear is one of the top tyre and rubber manufacturers and its name is synonymous with quality tyres.
SPAIN: LCV and Bus Segment Drops off in July
Traditionally a strong month for automotive registrations in Spain, ANFAC has published its latest figures for July with noticeable drops in the light commercial vehicle and bus sectors.
Bus Sector Surges in June in Sweden whilst Light and Heavy Trucks Struggle to Gain Ground
Mobility Sweden has published their monthly registration figures for June as the electrification of the commercial vehicle sector continues to gain ground along with the recovery of the bus sector.
Continental Inflatable Promotion at Tour de France
Continental advertised with giant inflatable agricultural tyre along the Tour de France 2022.
Continental White Paper on Future Mobility
Vehicle manufacturers and suppliers and the entire mobility and automotive industry are working to make mobility and the value chain as a whole more sustainable in the future.
Oak Tyres Working Towards Sustainability Targets through Ecologi Partnership
The focus on making the automotive industry greener is a high priority for brands and manufacturers. This month, SMMT research unveiled the UK automotive’s production carbon footprint has shrunk to its lowest level on record, as CO2 emissions fell -11.2% in 2021, which demonstrates the steps the industry is taking.