The Tire Retread & Repair Information Bureau (TRIB) will once again be exhibiting at The Great American Trucking Show in Dallas. The event will run Aug. 23-25, 2018.
B&J Rocket Sales AG has named Marcos Guzman CEO and president. He replaces Andreas Müller, who left the company after 15 years.
Supporters of the Retread Instead coalition lobbied lawmakers and regulators on behalf of the retreading industry on June 20, 2018.
Tire industry veteran Robert Eck has joined TravelCenters of America LLC as vice president of the TA Truck Service Commercial Tire Network.
Vipal Rubber Corp. has received the Alpine Symbol certification on two more treads, VM729 and VDE2. As a result, the brand portfolio now includes six verified treads, including VDA4, VT160, VT220 and VRT3.
Each year the Tire Industry Association (TIA) sponsors a Lobby Day event in our nation’s capital to encourage TIA members to meet with members of Congress to inform, educate and make requests regarding the most important issues facing the tire industry.
The ninth annual Latin Tyre Expo showcased nearly 200 international tire and retread manufacturers and distributors who met and connected with buyers over the course of the three-day event.
From tire remoulding and tire recycling to the future of digitalization, recycling and fleet management, organizers of the new Tire Cologne say the event hit the mark.
TravelCenters of America LLC has purchased a retreading facility in Bowling Green, Ohio — a first for the company that two years ago launched a commercial tire network.
Of the 1,300 Chinese products the U.S. Trade Representative has recommended should be subject to an additional 25% tariff, there are some tires on the list. But there are also items critical to the manufacturing and retreading of tires.
It’s difficult to find a topic most people agree on, but among retreaders, concern over low-cost Chinese tires is one of them. “We are constantly looking for ways to cut cost out of the retread process so that we can be competitive,” says Chris Chase, president of Donald B. Rice Tire Co. Inc., which goes to market as Rice Retreading Inc.
The Tire Cologne has posted a schedule of events for its first trade fair, to be held in May 29 through June 1, 2018, in Cologne, Germany. Although billed as "a trade fair for tires and wheels," it is really more than that, according to show organizers.
More than 3,000 policy makers, tire manufacturers, OEMs, distributors, dealers and retailers will discuss opportunities, exchange knowledge, and discover solutions on tire-related matters, including tire recycling, at the upcoming Tirexpo Africa show.