MAXAM MS912 for CASE Loader


MAXAM Tire has strengthened its relationship with CNH Industrial North America by providing its OTR solutions to CASE wheel loaders.

MAXAM Supplies OTR Solutions to CASE Construction Equipment

With over 180 years of experience, CASE has been transforming the construction industry. MAXAM is pleased to expand its growing supply capability to deliver both radial and bias OTR tyres to another global construction equipment manufacturer.

CASE wheel loaders manufactured at CNH Industrial’s Fargo Wheel Loader Factory are now available for order with MAXAM tyres as a standard product.

The MAXAM MS912 aggressive R4 OTR tyre is a standard product on the 28,159-pound CASE 621G wheel loader. The MS912 is a heavy-duty bias construction tyre that is designed to maximise traction in soft underfoot conditions. Engineered with a self-cleaning tread design and a wear/cut-resistant compound, the MS912 delivers guaranteed performance and value.

Similar to other MAXAM’s construction products, the MS912 is manufactured with premium materials and a strict quality insurance process. It is such standard and quality that allows MAXAM to achieve this significant partnership with CASE in the construction sector, providing businesses and operations maximum efficiency and performance globally. MAXAM’s goal is to not only be a comprehensive full-range supplier and an excellent business partner for world-class OEMs such as CASE but to also increase end users’ overall productivity.

“This partnership highlights MAXAM’s growth ambitions in the OTR sector and our commitment to providing superior solutions to our customers globally. Designed to maximise traction while delivering improved rim pull, fuel savings, and enhanced tyre wear, MAXAM’s OTR tyres are engineered with the customer in mind,” says Jimmy McDonnell, VP of Sales and Marketing at MAXAM Tire North America.

About the author

Ewan has been editor of Retreading Business since 2006 and of Tyre & Rubber Recycling since the magazine was founded. During this period he has become an expert on the global tyre recycling sector. He has many years' experience as an automotive journalist including a period at Tyres & Accessories.

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