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Marangoni will market TreadWare software

Posted on June 25, 2014

Marangoni Tread North America Inc. announced it has entered a co-operative marketing agreement with SCTS TreadWare, a software program that can track each tire’s progress throughout the retread process and was specifically designed and developed to address the unique needs of retread manufacturers.

It can be easily installed and adapted to most current shop hardware and does not rely on an internet connection for functionality. The unique interface is easy to use and its intuitive design allows for speedy interaction, notes Marangoni.

Elements of the system include low set up costs, personalized reports, fast work order entry, user friendly screen design, ability to integrate many hand held “smart” devices, and customizable tire labeling.

“Simply put, TreadWare is designed by retreaders, for retreaders, to simplify, streamline, and increase the efficiency of your retread manufacturing process,” says TreadWare co-founder Clayton Van Kleeck.

“Our goal was to make the best simple to use software program to serve independent retreaders.”

For more information visit www.na.marangoni.com.

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