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Keeping Up With Tire Innovations

To keep up with changes to tires, such as lower aspect ratio tires, equipment manufacturers have had to evolve tire changer and wheel balancer technology. This is the third installment of a three-part article series on equipment innovations.

Choosing What You Need When Offered it All

It’s tempting to take every option, but choosing wisely is healthier for business. This podcast is sponsored by Shopboss.

USTMA: Tire Shipments Expected to Increase in 2021

Replacement shipments for passenger, light truck and truck tires are expected to increase 31.1 million units from 2020.

The Future of Technology & Updates for Tire Equipment

Equipment innovation experts forecast what technology will be used in tire changers and wheel balancers in five to 10 years. This article is a Part Two continuation of a three-part article series on equipment innovations.

Former Fountain Tire CEO and Board Chair, Brian Hesje, Dies

Former Fountain Tire CEO and Board Chair Brian Hesje died on Dec. 5 with his family by his side, the company said.

Lucas Oil Unveils New Tire Inflator

The company said the Lucas Tire Inflator is an easy-to-use, non-flammable tire inflator and sealer for use in all passenger vehicles to quickly seal punctures and re-inflate a damaged tire.

Tech Innovations Evolve Tire Changers and Wheel Balancers

Experts from Coats, Hunter Engineering and BendPak explain the types of technology they are using in tire changers and wheel balancers. This is Part One of a three-part article series.

Pirelli Claims Spot in CDP’s Climate A List 2021

The “A” rating is the highest score attainable and was awarded to 200 companies of the 13,000 participants, Pirelli said.

Judge Blocks Rule Mandating Federal Contractor Vaccines

A judge has blocked the Federal Contractor Rule, which requires federal contract employees to be vaccinated in Kentucky, Ohio and Tennessee.

Omni United Partners With GFG Style on Radar Tires

The company will partner with GFG Style on new Radar Tires designs and plans to launch new ranges in 2022.

Yokohama Uses AI to Predict Values of Key Tire Characteristics

The company said it began using the system this month and expects the system’s ability to conduct a large number of virtual experiences will enable it to accelerate new tire development, reduce development costs and develop better-performing tires.

AMN Drivetime: ACDelco’s Dave Marsh [PODCAST]

For Dave Marsh, turning personal strengths into something of value as a professional is what has guided him in his 32-year career with General Motors.