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Camso Acquires Stanley Industrial Tires

Posted on October 6, 2017

Camso Inc. has acquired four Stanley Industrial Tires outlets in Texas and Louisiana from Tires-PJ’S LLC, which is headquartered in Gladewater, Texas.

It is Camso’s second acquisition of a southeastern U.S. distributor in three months. Camso bought Omni Industrial Tire, which has four locations in Texas, in July.

Stanley Industrial Tires has outlets in Dallas, Waco and Gladewater in Texas and in Shreveport, La.

“By teaming up with local players in the region we can broaden our offering and provide customers with top notch, tailor-made tire fill and replacement solutions as well as high performance products from our Camso and Solideal Tire product lines,” says Bob Bulger, vice-president and general manager of Solideal On-Site Service in North America.

“Being one of the few full-solution providers in off-the-road mobility makes us unique. It differentiates us from our competitors and supports rapid growth in this market,” says Bulger.

The company says Texas is home to the second largest material handling equipment market after California in the U.S.

Camso, through its Solideal On-Site Service division, says it is committed to expanding its footprint to bring the most innovative tire solutions to the material handling and compact construction markets.

“We are 100% behind our equipment dealer, OEA and tire dealer partners, ensuring we help them grow their business profitably while providing best-in-industry solutions to our customers,” says Bulger.

Camso, formerly Camoplast Solideal, designs, manufacturers and distributes off-road tires, wheels, rubber tracks and undercarriage systems to serve the material handling, construction, agricultural and powersports industries.

The Magog, Quebec-based company has more than 7,500 employees. It operates advanced R&D centres and manufacturing plants in North and South America, Europe and Asia. Camso supplies its products to leading original equipment manufacturers (OEM) under the names Camso and Solideal and distributes its products in the replacement market through its global distribution network.

For more information, visit camso.co.

Related Topics: Bob Bulger, Camso Inc., Solideal, Stanley Industrial Tires

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