Commercial Business

Prometeon Unveils Regional Truck Tire Brand

Posted on October 8, 2019
Prometeon Tyre Group is releasing the new Nextroad brand in the U.S. and Canada in drive open shoulder and steer applications.
Prometeon Tyre Group is releasing the new Nextroad brand in the U.S. and Canada in drive open shoulder and steer applications.

Prometeon Tyre Group Commercial Solutions LLC's new Nextroad brand is dedicated to regional haul applications.

Sold throughout the United States and Canada, the line "is the latest addition to our product strategy developed for the North American market, delivering operational savings and great value to small fleets and owner-operators," says Marco Verzino, vice president, technical, product management and original equipment, Promoteon.

Nextroad brand tires will be available in three sizes: 295/75R22.5, 11R22.5 and 11R24.5.

"Prometeon Tyre Group Commercial Solutions is pursuing a multi-tier product strategy and the introduction of the Nextroad brand is the first step to provide our customers with an ever-increasing, comprehensive product offering," says Aleksandar Gramatikov, CEO of the company's North American unit.

For more information, visit the company's website.

Related Topics: commercial business, commercial tires, Prometeon Tyre Group, regional fleets

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