East Bay Tire Joins Michelin Commercial Network
East Bay Tire Co. has joined the Michelin Commercial Service Network (MCSN). The Fairfield, Calif.-based company has 11 locations, 70 service trucks and 60 Tire Industry Association-certified service specialists.
As part of the MCSN, East Bay tire Tire will offer a complete range of services, including repairs, inspection and alignments, Michelin OnCall 24/7/365 emergency road service (ERS), and Michelin Tire Care preventative tire monitoring.
“Continuously serving the northern California area for 70 years demonstrates the level of quality and service East Bay Tire provides to its customers,” says Ralph Dimenna, chief operating officer for Michelin Americas Truck Tires Division.
The MCSN is operated by the Michelin Americas Truck Tires division of Michelin North America Inc.
East Bay Tire will offer Michelin, BFGoodrich and Uniroyal products that include commercial and heavy truck, industrial, earth mover, agricultural, ATV, lawn and garden, golf cart, trailer and passenger/light truck tires. East Bay Tire offers Michelin retreads and is a partner with Oliver Rubber, operating EBT Eco, a centrally-located tire retread plant on the island of Oahu.
The fourth-generation family-owned business has 11 locations. In addition to three locations in Hawaii, the company operates eight commercial/retail locations in the following northern California cities:
* San Jose;
* Fairfield; and
“After a 20-year partnership with Michelin, East Bay Tire is honored to be a part of a very exclusive network of dealers focused on offering the best products and services in the country for commercial fleets,” says George Pehanick, chief executive officer of East Bay Tire.
Michelin continues to increase the MCSN footprint with several members added over the past few months. The addition of East Bay Tire brings the MCSN to approximately 600 locations across the United States.
East Bay Tire has been serving customers in California and Hawaii since 1946. For more information, visit www.eastbaytire.com.
For more information about Michelin’s truck tires and services, visit www.michelintruck.com.