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CEAT Pushes Productivity at SIMA 22
Tyre manufacturer CEAT Specialty, one of the fastest-growing names in agricultural tyres displayed a number of engineering and environmental advances in its agricultural tyre range at SIMA 2022.
Significant Developments From CEAT Specialty At SIMA 2022
With improving tractor productivity as a top agenda, design engineers at CEAT Specialty are working not just with tyre design itself, but also with the application of technology. Product launches at SIMA 2022 included an intelligent tyre technology which will enable vehicle owners and operators to maximise yield.
Another highlight of the CEAT Specialty show stand was the largest tyre in their portfolio- the VF 850/75R42 Torquemax. The tyre has been designed basis one of the OEM partner’s inputs and buttresses CEAT’s ability to offer customized solutions, basis customer needs.
CEAT has partnered with Galileo to unveil the cup-wheel technology. The cup wheel technology produces a much larger footprint than a standard tyre, leading to improved traction and reduced soil compaction.
CEAT also used its presence at SIMA to highlight the company’s commitment to environmentally responsible tyre production and performance, a particularly important factor for farmers in the 21st century. The practices CEAT uses to ensure its tyres are produced sustainably, was illustrated at the company’s stand.
Speaking at the event, Mr. Amit Tolani, Chief Executive, CEAT Specialty said; “CEAT’s constant endeavour has been to help improve our customers’ farm productivity, in an environmentally responsible way. We will continue with this theme and look to grow responsibly”.