New website for Petlas Tire Industry

Posted on May 10, 2013

Petlas Tire Industry has announced the launch of its newly redesigned, customer-focused website,

Petlas says the new site integrates the detailed tire information that customers depend upon with an easy-to-use design that puts Petlas resources at the web-users’ fingertips.

The new site features a clean design, easy-to-find information and enhanced functionality that includes good tire search capabilities.

Dealers and consumers can now search for Petlas tires by size, category/segment or product name. Enhanced product information and organization makes finding the right tire for the job much easier.

“Petlas Tıre Industry is dedicated to providing the highest level of customer service in the industry,” says Oğuz Ay, director of ınt. marketing and sales.

“We have spent the past year listening and talking to the users of The results of these discussions have influenced the design and operation of our redesigned website, which is more straightforward and user friendly than the old.”

The company was founded in 1976 and offers a full line of tires for passenger, truck, light truck, 4X4, agricultural, OTR, industrial and aircraft tire products with a network of dealers worldwide.

Related Topics: Oğuz Ay, Petlas Tire Industry

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