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Marangoni Gains a New Ringtread Partner in Sweden

Posted on February 14, 2017

Däcknor AB of Sweden has signed on to offer Ringtread products from Marangoni Retreading Systems, a division of Marangoni SpA.

The roots of Däcknor extend back to the year 1944 when their first tire dealing and retreading activities started at Strömsund, Sweden. Marangoni says Däcknor has grown to become a very important player in the Swedish and partially the Norwegian market with a strong focus on retreading.

Däcknor is adding Marangoni's Ringtread products to improve its competiveness, according to Magnus Elverum, CEO of the Swedish company.

"We felt the need to further upgrade and differentiate our product range in order to meet future challenges on the highly competitive Swedish market. With RINGTREAD we enlarge the offer to our customers based on the most advanced retreading technology, modern tread patterns and very high quality."

Related Topics: Däcknor AB, Marangoni Retreading Systems, Marangoni SpA, Sweden

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