JIA to Exhibit at the ATS/CV Show - Tire Review Magazine

JIA to Exhibit at the ATS/CV Show

(Clacton, U.K./Tyres & Accessories) Following the success of the company’s appearance at last year’s ATS show, JIA Sources International Ltd. has decided to increase its stand floor-space to almost five times the area it occupied last year.

On the stand will be the Nitro-Ride Nitrogen Inflation System. Worldwide sales for this product are said to have exceeded all expectations.
William Mitchell, managing director at JIA, is not surprised: “For a tyre outlet looking to offer nitrogen inflation to customers, I don’t think the Nitro-Ride can be matched, either on price or performance,” he says. “Top grade materials and impeccable workmanship ensure quality is not an issue, our customers can easily see this in the product. Most of our sales have come from customers who have already compared important facts like nitrogen output and performance with our rivals, this alone speaks volumes.”

The company also plans to display a fully operational automatic test lane. This Class Four/Seven MOT test lane allows for single-handed brake testing and, features a hydraulic scissor action lift with built in wear detectors. Manufactured by ATT Nussbaum, the test lane will be manned by members of their own team, who will also be showing visitors to the stand a selection of their latest electronic wheel balancers and superb tyre changers.

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