Toyota's material handling business units have recognized Camso Inc. with a pair of awards: the Core Values Award and the Global Contribution Award.
Camso Inc. has turned a serious issue in the material handling world — the static that builds up in non-marking forklift tires — into a fun, educational video that holds up the Solideal PON 775 NMAS tire as a superhero.
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Camso Inc. marked the opening of its new plant in Peosta, Iowa, with an open house for employees and their families. Community members, customers, partners and media were also part of the event.
Camso Inc. has unveiled its newest rubber tracks, the RD 4500 Track Series, which help farmers maximize uptime by increasing the speed they can travel when on the road.
Demand for a new off-the-road tire size is contributing to the growth of the market for small OTR tires.
The U.S. Court of International Trade has overturned a previous tariff order by the Department of Commerce (DOC). The result: off-the-road tires imported from Sri Lanka are not subject to tariffs.
By November 2018 Michelin Group hopes to complete the acquisition of Camso Inc. and begin its quest to gain market share in the off-the-road tire market.
Michelin Group is acquiring Camso Inc. for $1.45 billion.
Deere & Co. has inducted Camso Inc. into the Supplier Hall of Fame in the John Deere Achieving Excellence Program. The company also was honored as a partner-level supplier for 2017.
Camso Inc. is expanding its manufacturing footprint in the U.S. The company will open a new track manufacturing plant in Junction City, Kan., to meet what it says is "the growing demand of tracks and track systems in the agriculture and construction industries."
A trend toward cleaner working environments is boosting demand for certain types of forklift tires.
Camso Inc. will increase prices on all of its product lines. The increase will be implemented globally, but the timing will be based on market dynamics in North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia Pacific.