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Retread Interest Group to Lobby Washington Against Chinese Tires

Retread Instead is taking its message of the economic benefits of retreading over buying cheap Chinese tires to Washington DC at the Tire Industry Association sponsored lobby day on June 20.

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Sumitomo Tire Offers Better Traction, Retreadability

The Sumitomo ST719 All Position Tire from TBC Brands is designed for greater wear, traction and retreadability compared to previous Sumitomo tire models.

TA Brings Retreading to Truck Service Tire Network

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.

Michelin’s Dimenna Looks Down the Road ‘Beyond Tires’

These days, the tires that have made Michelin a leading global brand are just one aspect of its worldwide operations, and the company has ambitions to be a thought leader in the advancement of sustainable mobility around the world.

Rotary R5000HD Aligns Truck Wheels Without Rolling Compensation

Rotary has launched the R5000HD Commercial Truck Alignment System, designed to improve the process of aligning commercial vehicle wheels by eliminating the need for rolling compensation.

Michelin Aims to Recycle All Tires by 2048

At Michelin's Movin' On conference, the company announced goals to use 80% sustainable materials in its tires and produce 100% recyclable tires by 2048.

Help for Tire Management Headaches

Constantly evolving outsourced maintenance programs are helping fleets bring an unprecedented level of detail and expertise to total tire management.

Triangle Offers All-Position Tire for Regional and Urban Use

Triangle Tire USA has introduced the Triangle TRS02 all-position tire designed for regional and urban haul operations.

Bridgestone Launches New Tires Aimed at Waste Industry

Bridgestone Americas showcased two new all-position radial tires under the Bridgestone and Firestone brands that are designed exclusively for the waste industry and will enter the market later this year.

What's Wrecking Your Tires?

Since tires rarely self-destruct, there is always a smoking gun, and it’s in your best interest to find it. You do that through failure analysis.