Omni United to Showcase Multiple Brands at Global Tire Expo
Omni United (S) Pte. Ltd is showcasing its Radar passenger, light truck and commercial tire range at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show going on now through Nov. 3 in Las Vegas.
Also showcased are the company’s new Thailand-produced American Tourer passenger and light truck tires, new Patriot passenger and light truck tires, and its RoadLux commercial tire range.Over the past 18 months, Omni United’s focus has been on building its Radar tire range, the company reports. “With the addition of many new patterns and multiple new sizes, today the Radar range boasts of many segment-leading lines like the run-flat line and the new and innovative four season line. Newer products like the Dimax AS8, the Renegade A/T 5 and the Renegade R7 are very appealing to consumers and have seen a quick uptake from the market.”
Omni United's Radar 4 Seasons Run Flat is an all-weather tire available in 63 sizes including 10 run-flat sizes ranging in rim diameters from 14 to 21 inches.
The newly launched Radar commercial line will be on display, including R-D1 Regional, R-A3 Mixed Service, RD2 long haul and RD3 Regional encompassing the most popular sizes in the market. The Radar commercial tire line is available for long-haul, regional and mixed-service applications. These tires are offered for all-position, drive and trailer fitments. The Radar tires commercial truck tire line will have a total of 27 sizes ranging from rim diameters of 17.5 to 24.5 inches with maximum ply ratings up to 20.
The company’s latest consumer tire brand, American Tourer, also will be on display. Products showcased include the RP88 touring tire, the SA07 and SV308 all-season sport touring tires, and the SL309 H/T and SL369 A/T. The American Tourer brand is engineered for the specific needs of the American driver with a wide variety of fitments for the most-popular cars, CUVs, SUVs and light trucks, the company notes.
Summer touring tire sizes range from 14 to 16 inches for passenger cars; and all-season touring, sport touring, highway and all-terrain sizes range from 15 inches to 24 inches for passenger cars, SUVs and light trucks.
American Tourer tires are manufactured in state-of-the-art factories in Thailand using all the latest compounds, materials and technologies, reports Omni United. The plants are accredited with the following international quality standards: ISO 9001:2016, ISO 14001:2004 and DOT. The American Tourer line consists of 138 sizes available for order now. All sizes carry a limited workmanship and materials warranty.
In addition, Omni United will showcase its new Patriot brand tires. The Patriot RB-1 touring tire, Patriot RB1+ sport touring tire, Patriot H/T, Patriot A/T and Patriot M/T will all be on display. The Patriot brand was launched in 2016 with just one touring pattern. This year, the range has been expanded to include all-season sport touring, highway terrain, all terrain and mud terrain applications.
The Patriot tire range is now available in a total of 78 sizes ranging from 14 inches to 24 inches to fit the most popular cars, SUVs and light trucks on the market. Patriot tires are manufactured using all the latest materials, equipment and technical know-how in state-of-the-art factories in Thailand and Taiwan, says the company. “These tires are utilitarian in design and follow the three key principals of performance, reliability and affordability,” says the company. All Patriot Tires are covered by a limited workmanship and materials warranty.
The company also will display its RoadLux brand. Products include the 11R22.5 R216 with stone ejectors, the R516 and the R518.
Plus several Thailand-produced Goodride PLT/TBR products will be showcased, including the RP88, SA07and RP36 PLT products and the 11R22.5/14 CR915 long-haul trailer, 11R22.5-14 CR960A regional all-position tire and the CM983 long-haul closed shoulder tire.
Omni United is located in the Global Tire Expo part of the SEMA Show. The booth (#40181) is in the second section of the South Hall Lower Level of the Las Vegas Convention Center