Camso Will Increase Prices

Camso Inc. will increase prices on all of its product lines. The increase will be implemented globally, but the timing will be based on market dynamics in North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia Pacific.  


3 Ways Self-Driving Vehicles Will Change the Future of Tire Retailing

Autonomous vehicles are expected to change tire buying behavior along with consumer driving habits. In this Modern Tire Dealer exclusive, Marc Belanski, president of shop management software developer ASA Automotive Systems Inc., identifies three trends that will affect the business of selling tires.    

Prior to working at Hennessy, Mark Earl had served at Danaher Corp.

Mark Earl Will Lead Nokian's Growth Strategy in North America

Mark Earl is joining Nokian Tyres plc and will be in charge of implementing the tire company's growth strategy in North America. Earl, the current president of Hennessy Industries Inc., will serve as vice president of the Americas Business Area for Nokian.  

European tire retreading needs a promotional upgrade.

A Profitable Future for Tire Retreading?

All around the world the professional retreading of tires is considered to be an important aspect of our industry, especially when it comes to the commercial vehicle sector, and Europe is certainly no exception.


Training Covers Strategy, Process and Execution

Two days, four sessions, and 20+ tire guys later, we return to our stores and companies, and do it all over again. Every once in a while, you must drive a stake in the ground, pause, gather with others, and reassess what you’re doing.


Why Satisfying the Tire-Buying Customer Is So Vital

There are more than 29,000 independent tire dealerships in the U.S., and I like to think they all care about satisfying the customer. But every once in a while, I hear about a store manager taking advantage of a customer.


Government Lowers Tariffs on Chinese PLT Tires

The U.S. Department of Commerce has completed its first review of the 2015 tariffs on passenger and light truck tires imported from China. The result: lower rates — but not for everybody.

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