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TRIB adds member from the Ukraine

Posted on November 17, 2009

Coral Group Ecological Technologies has joined the Tire Retread & Repair Information Bureau (TRIB).

The Ukrainian company has developed a method for recycling waste tires, and has a pilot plant in operation in the Ukraine to prove the economic and environmental benefits of its method.

(For more information about Coral Group, visit its Web site at www.coralintech.com.)

“TRIB continues to add members as more and more companies in the new tire and retread industries throughout the world realize that TRIB is the only international retread industry association representing new tire manufacturers, retreaders, tire dealers, suppliers to the retread industry and tire repair companies,” says Harvey Brodsky, TRIB’s managing director.

For more information about the benefits of TRIB membership, visit the TRIB Web site at www.retread.org.

Related Topics: Harvey Brodsky, Recycling, TRIB, Ukraine

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