CMA Launches Tires, Government Price Program - Tire Review Magazine

CMA Launches Tires, Government Price Program

CMA has added a number of new Double Coin tires to its product portfolio, and has launched a new government fleet net pricing program.

The new products, unveiled this week at CMA’s new Memphis warehouse, include fuel-efficient medium truck radials and a new 57-inch OTR radial for mining service.

Now available are the Double Coin FR605, FD405 and FT105, described as “ultra-premium fuel-efficient tires available for steer, drive and trailer positions;” a new mixed service tire in the Double Coin RR202, an ultra-premium five-rib highway service tire; and the Double Coin RR680 and low-profile RT600 regional all-position/steer tires.

The Double Coin REM-11, in size 3700R57, was developed, said CMA, for “severe mining and haulage applications.” The giant OTR line features heat and cut/chip resistant compounds, application specific patterns for improved traction and longer original tread life; and a durable casing for retreadability.

The net pricing program, said CMA, “enables federal, state, and local government entities and municipalities to purchase high-quality Double Coin TBR and radial OTR products at net pricing” through CMA’s dealer network.

“Many of our products have been purchased by school bus fleets, government vehicles and other municipalities for some time through the local dealer network,” notes Walt Weller, CMA vice president. “This program formally publishes a TBR and OTR schedule and contract number so that anyone who requires a published program can participate in utilizing Double Coin’s value-laden products.” (Tire Review/Akron)

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