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Mark Styles is joining CAM’s board of directors. The move is to strengthen CAM’s position as a market leader in digital solutions for the tyre industry.  

New light commercial vehicle registrations fall to 21,597 units in April, a decline of -29.1% compared with the best-on-record month last year. Medium and large vans also dropped by 48.6 and 19.1% respectively in the latest Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) figures. 

Michelin’s Quality Centre programme has gained another new quality centre base in the form of Scottish Highlands-based Invergordon.

Continental has added new tools for quick TPMS service and simple tyre management. One of the new tools is the Autodiagnos Tire 300, which has an integrated RFID module and camera and is suitable for fleets to use on touchscreens.

Remondis Südwestfalen GmbH, a waste management company based in the Soest region in Germany, is opting for Continental’s Conti360° Solutions, commenting that “the package of services comprising tyres, digital solutions and ContiLifeCycle makes total sense for us”.

Goodyear has announced the winners of the TruckForce Service Award for the first quarter of 2022. The awards recognise TruckForce partners with operations across the pan-European network who have demonstrated exceptional service across the continental. 

The British Truck Racing Championship (BTRC) has confirmed that this year’s edition will be run exclusively on Giti Race-Tuned v1 global competition truck tyres in size 315/70R22.5.

Continental’s new scorecard features for TIS-Web utilise DTCO data to give a clearer picture of driver performance and violations. An additional list of the ten most frequent violations aids fleets to take quick action and providing training for their drivers. Additionally, there is an early warning system which notifies fleet operators in good time of impending fines or loss of their EU community licence.

Sustainability and carbon reduction have proved to be the number one business priority for almost half of UK commercial fleets (45 per cent), according to Bridgestone and Webfleet Solutions’ latest research.

The new SprayBib CFO tyres Michelin explains work at very low pressure and offer high productivity, optimised driver comfort and superb protection qualities. 

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