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Prices on Triangle Tires Will Go Up Oct. 1

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Triangle Tire USA will increase prices up to 6% with in-line adjustments on all its products sold in the U.S. on Oct. 1, 2017.

The price increase is necessitated by increased raw material costs and shipping/logistics expenses, as well as new regulations in China, which have added to production costs, according to the company.

“Triangle Tire USA is working hard to deliver exceptional value through our world-class products, logistics and related services, but rising costs this year have made it necessary to enact this price increase,” says Rick Phillips, vice president of sales for Triangle Tire USA.

Triangle Tire USA is a wholly owned subsidiary of Triangle Tyre Co. Ltd. and markets and sells a complete product portfolio. On the commercial side, the company offers medium radial truck tires to the trucking industry. It also has a full range of off-the-road (OTR) radial and bias products, including giant radials for the construction, mining and aggregates industries. On the consumer side, Triangle Tire USA has a lineup of passenger and light truck tires, including ultra-high performance (UHP), winter and specialty trailer tires.

Triangle Tyre Group, China’s largest privately owned tire manufacturer, established its U.S. headquarters in Franklin, located just south of Nashville in Williamson County, in 2016.

For more information about Triangle Tire USA, call 1-888-TIRE-745 (888-847-3745) or 615-610-5050. Send email to:  customerservice@triangletireus.com.

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