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Double Coin Tires Announces September Program

Double Coin has increased tire distribution to its network of warehouses to support the program for off-the-road and industrial tire dealers.

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Double Coin and CMA have announced their special September program for off-the-road (OTR) and industrial (IND) tire dealers across the nation. To support the September program, Double Coin has increased tire distribution to its network of warehouses. The company has also expanded warehousing in Thailand for additional OTR and IND tire capacity and has secured available ocean freight space through its long-standing partnerships with established carriers.

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“The coronavirus pandemic negatively impacted the tire industry in the United States, but we are seeing a steady recovery this year,” said Tim Phillips, VP of marketing & operations for Double Coin/CMA. “With plans for increased infrastructure spending by the U.S. government in the coming years, we are doing our part with this program to meet the growing demand for OTR and IND tires by competitively pricing them and making inline adjustments with our tires currently available in the market. We hope this program strengthens our large dealer network, and will help grow their businesses.”

 Double Coin offers a comprehensive line of OTR and IND tires that are backed by a limited manufacturer’s warranty, the company said. A few of the tire lines include the REM-1, REM-2, REM-3, REM-9, REM-10 and REM-6 industrial tire line and the REM-8 mobile crane tire. Double Coin offers a wide-range of other multi-purpose tires manufactured at the company’s facility in Thailand.

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