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In its preliminary figures for 2021 Continental has reported continued growth in the U.S. retread market with its ContiTread brand, achieving a growth rate of 2.5% in terms of retread tyre volume between 2019 and 2021, compared to a growth rate of 1.2% for the retread market as a whole.

 

With a new design manufactured from End-of-Life tyres by Neusus Upcycling, the Recircle Awards has also included new awards for Industry Achievement and Rubberised Asphalt.

Tipler has announced the inauguration of a new dealer in the state of Mato Grosso, Brazil, one of the country’s most important regions for the agribusiness and transport segment.

With just over a week having passed since the beginning of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, we are now seeing the first reactions from the global retreading industry.

New Western Tyre Retreading, an Elgi franchisee based in the town of Anantnag in the North Indian state of Kashmir about 50 km from state capital Srinagar, is reporting an overall doubling of its business volumes since taking on an Elgi franchise eight years ago, despite having been negatively affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.

The whole world is observing what is currently happening in Ukraine, and after seven days under attack by the Russian military the bravery and determination of the Ukrainian people and its leaders have been an inspiration to us all.

This year we are celebrating 25 years since Retreading Business was launched, and were now pleased to announce that the 100th edition of the magazine is now available for viewing and download.

Vipal Rubber have announced that their manufacturing units in Nova Prata (RS), Brazil have received recognition for sustainable practices through the global platform for recognizing Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), EcoVadis.

2021 was the best year in Lukatec's history, according to the Brazilian equipment manufacturer. In the company’s third consecutive year of growth above double-digit percentages, Lukatec grew 25.9% last year, while in 2019 and 2020 respectively growth of 16% and 15.2% over the previous year was achieved.

KRAIBURG Austria has reported pleasing growth during 2021 including a 13% increase in turnover to 75.5 million Euro.

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