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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.

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.

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.

For all of us the world has changed significantly over the course of the last few weeks. Few of us could have imaged the scale of the upheaval that Covid-19 has caused to our way of life and our businesses.

With close to a million units sold, the Nokian Hakkapeliitta Truck E tyres and compatible Noktop Hakkapeliitta E retreading materials have been a benchmark for winter traction tyres for over a decade. While the grip, safety and comfort of the original Nokian Hakkapeliitta Truck E is still hard to beat, the new demands set by changing work, trucks and legislation call for an improved version.

 

Unigoma, the Argentinian retreader, recently received a visit from Lucas Ghi, the mayor of Morón.

Following the measures taken by the Italian government on Sunday evening to protect against the threat of the spread of Coronavirus, the Italian retreading industry has been reacting with stoicism and a “Business as Usual” attitude.

Indian retreading machinery manufacturers are increasingly focusing on Africa, as the acceptability of their machinery remains high due to the retread industry being largely controlled by the Indian diaspora. The Coimbatore based machinery producer Glisen Equipments Pvt Ltd is planning to strengthen its base further in the African market.

 

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