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Linglong Tire Puts the Spotlight on its Green Max Brand

Posted on November 2, 2018

Shandong Linglong Tire Co.is displaying its Green Max brand at its booth at the SEMA Show.
Shandong Linglong Tire Co.is displaying its Green Max brand at its booth at the SEMA Show.
At the 2018 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show going on through today in Las Vegas, Shandong Linglong Tire Co. is demonstrating its Green Max series tires, which it is promoting with the concept of “a green world with Linglong Tire.”

Green Max tires are newly developed for the North American market with eco-friendly and energy-saving features. The Green Max products on display include GSH100, GDH100 and GTH100, long-haul tires which feature low rolling resistance and enhanced wear resistance.

Also showcased are the GAR202 and KTA20 TBR tires, regional haul tires with enhanced wear resistance and improved tread life.

The company is also displaying its Atlas Force UHP all-season tire, which was designed for the U.S. market after a long period of market and technical research by Linglong Americas, the company notes. Also in the booth are the Leao Lion Sport M/T and Evoluxx Rotator A/T, among others.

Just like last year, the company is promoting its tires in the McCarran International Airport, on the streets close to the convention hall, and a welcome board in the SEMA Show hall.

The GSH100 TBR tire from Linglong Tire offers low rolling resistance and has a decoupling groove to control irregular wear.
The GSH100 TBR tire from Linglong Tire offers low rolling resistance and has a decoupling groove to control irregular wear.

Linglong hopes that SEMA Show “can help make its existing and potential customers more familiar with Linglong’s innovation in its technology in tire development and its efforts to become more competitive in the global tire market.”

View Shandong Linglong Tire Co. online

Related Topics: 2018 SEMA Show, farm tires, Linglong Tire, passenger tires, Shandong Linglong Tire Co. Ltd.

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