Utilization of Recycled Carbon Black has gained traction as a promising alternative to fossil-based virgin carbon black.
The company acquired Atra Kecskemet to bolster its presence in the European forklift market.
The company reported that its Green XLR Earth Series tires excelled in sustainable performance testing.
GRI welcomes Giorgio Gramegna and Simon Michael as regional directors for Europe and MEA/South America, respectively.
GRI’s agriculture and construction tire range expands with the addition of eight sizes.
GRI produces high-grade specialty tires that are built sustainably using pure natural rubber in Sri Lanka.
GRI tires will now have a DOT code embossed on their sidewalls.
GRI acquired Klumpenaar Industriebanden BV in the Netherlands, an aftermarket tire company specializing in supplying tires for heavy equipment such as forklifts. Founded in 2010, Klumpenaar Industriebanden BV has a warehouse and office complex in which it operates in Ede, around 70 miles southeast of Amsterdam. GRI says many on the company’s team come with
GRI has appointed Michael Connor as its director of sales for its US operations. Conner will oversee the sales, marketing, operations and customer service efforts in North America, covering its material handling, agriculture and construction product portfolios. Conner has been credited with handling some of the US’s finest brands in the specialty tire market, GRI
GRI announced the opening of its corporate office at Research Triangle Park (RTP) in North Carolina. GRI says the Research Triangle Park (RTP) location was selected because it views it as one of the most recognized locations for many major corporations in the U.S. According to GRI, its U.S. team will take full command of
GRI has launched the Green XLR Earth series of radial agriculture tires. Designed in a novel earthy green color, GRI says the Green XLR Earth series is produced with a high percentage of recycled carbon black to reduce its carbon footprint and also incorporates soybean oil. According to GRI, it also contains next-generation HD Silica