Sentury Tire Showcases Expanded Portfolio at the SEMA Show

Posted on November 2, 2017

Sentury Tire North America, a subsidiary of global automotive and aircraft tire manufacturer Sentury Tire, is showcasing its newly added tire models -- including the rugged GroundSpeed Voyager MT and the all-season SUV/CUV-specific GroundSpeed Voyager SV -- at its booth at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show going on now in Las Vegas.

Attendees will find Sentury Tire North America in the Las Vegas Convention Center’s South Hall, booth #43197.

“SEMA is an international stage where people from every aspect of the automotive industry can share their vision of personalization and performance,” says Rami Helminen, executive vice president and chief executive officer for Sentury Tire North America. “Our full line of tires is designed and manufactured to meet the unique needs of our customers, whether they’re having fun on gravel and mud or heading home for the holidays with their loved ones onboard.”

During the show, Sentury Tire North America is providing attendees with a glimpse into how the latest Sentury Tire technologies are being used to fuel consumer’s drive for wherever they need to go, the company notes.

GroundSpeed tires are currently manufactured in Sentury Tire North America’s Thailand facility. Production is slated to move to the new U.S. plant and R&D center in LaGrange, Ga., in 2019.

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Related Topics: 2017 Global Tire Expo, 2017 SEMA Show, Sentury Tire North America

Comments ( 1 )
  • roger

     | about 7 months ago

    they can't even supply the current dealers they have

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