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Vipal has announced that its VT560 tread is now available in three new widths, 210, 230 and 240 mm. This new traction design is suitable for mixed use on paved and unpaved roads.

Bandvulc has announced the measures it has taken as the company deals with the COVID-19 outbreak.

 

Marangoni Retreading Systems has announced that it is taking the necessary precautions to make sure it is organising itself internationally in order to be in a position to take advantage of its international footprint to make sure that it can continue to service its customers around the world.

Francal Feiras, the organisers of the Expobor and Pneushow exhibitions, originally scheduled for 30 June to 2 July in Sao Paulo, Brazil, have announced that they have been forced to postpone the event due to the unforeseen circumstances of the COVID-19 outbreak.

Since 2018, Vipal has carried out a number of evaluative tests with Spanish hauliers on its VT110 tread and has achieved a number of positive results.

Galgo has announced the introduction of its new tread pattern designated DGR, which was initially for European markets, because it offers particularly good performance on snow and muddy roads.

In a complex and innovative manufacturing process, NeroForce produces its own buffing blades for retreading.

In response to the decision of Koelnmesse to reschedule The Tire Cologne for the week prior to Autopromotec, Renzo Servadei, CEO of the Italian show has issued a statement.

Based on the Portuguese Government Emergency Declaration and the rapid spread of COVID-19,  tread manufacturer EIB has announce that it will temporarily close its production from today March 18th until at least April 3rd.

BIPAVER, the European Retreading and Tyre Trade Association has announced that it is to move its headquarters from Leiden in the Netherlands to Bonn, Germany with effect from April 1st, 2020.

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