Cresta Will Manage Double Coin OTR and Industrial Tires

Posted on August 27, 2019
Cresta will be responsible for product support within the Double Coin OTR and industrial tire lines.
Cresta will be responsible for product support within the Double Coin OTR and industrial tire lines.

Anthony Cresta has joined China Manufacturers Alliance LLC (CMA) as product manager of Double Coin OTR and industrial tires.

Prior to taking on his new role, Cresta served many roles in the construction and agricultural tire industry. Over the last six years, he utilized his business administration management skills at Alliance Tire Americas Inc., first as an inside sales representative, then a field engineer, and most recently as business development manager.

"“Anthony will utilize his experience to greatly support our internal team as well as our valued client base," said Tim Phillips, vice president of marketin and operations at CMA. "His product management expertise will prove to be an asset in all factions of Double Coin’s relationships within the industry."

CMA is the U.S. subsidiary of the company that owns and produces Double Coin tires: Shanghai Huayi Group Corp. Ltd. For more information about Double Coin tires, visit

Related Topics: Anthony Cresta, CMA/Double Coin, commercial tires, hirings, industrial tires, OTR tires, Tim Phillips

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