Omni United Expands Tire Lines
Omni United (S) Pte. Ltd will showcase its Radar, Timberland Tires, Goodride, and RoadLux tire ranges at this year’s Specialty Equipment Market Association Show (SEMA) in Las Vegas Nov. 1 to 4.
Over the past year, the company’s focus has been on building Radar as a comprehensive tire range that dealers can come to as a one-stop-shop for all their tire needs. It has added new patterns and multiple new sizes including run-flat and all-season tires. Its new products include the Dimax AS8, the Renegade AT 5 and the Renegade R7.
Omni United will once again showcase Timberland Tires, with the Timberland A/T and the Timberland Cross. The Timberland Cross is available in 35 sizes for small SUVs and crossovers. The Timberland A/T is available in 30 sizes for the LT and P-metric full-size SUV, truck and van market. The line encompasses a total 65 sizes and line combinations for complete coverage of CUV, SUV and pickup trucks.
The company also will showcase its Goodride and RoadLux brand offerings. Products on display from RoadLux include the 11R22.5 R216 with stone ejectors, the R516, the R518 and the new R701. Several Thailand-produced Goodride PLT/TBR products will also be on display, including the RP88, SA07 and RP36 PLT products and the 11R22.5/14 CR915 long-haul trailer, 11R22.5-14 CR960A all-position and the CM983 closed shoulder.
“In addition to investing and enhancing our product lines, our focus has been on building a whole distribution system that will benefit our customers tremendously,” says GS Sareen, founder and CEO, Omni United. “With our increasing U.S. warehousing we are able to provide customers the advantage of more comprehensive ranges and quick delivery,”
Omni United’s booth at the Global Tire Expo, part of the SEMA Show, is #43199, located in the second section of the South Hall Lower Level of the Las Vegas Convention Center.
The company’s booth also will display a customized 2016 Urban Warrior Land Rover Defender sporting a set of Radar Renegade A/T5 285/70R17 tires mounted on custom 17-inch wheels. This $150,000 Urban Warrior underwent extensive modifications and customizations both on the inside and outside by Sean Hyland Motorsports of Woodstock, Ontario.