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BestDrive Opens 4 Commercial Tire Centers in 2018, More Planned for 2019

Continental’s BestDrive opened four new locations in the second half of 2018, including its first store in Oklahoma, with more on the way in 2019.

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Marangoni Expands into India with Its First Full-Service Franchise

Marangoni GRP Private Limited, the JV company active in the commercial vehicle retreading sector in India, has launched its first full-service Ringtread franchisee in India – Autobahn Retreading – part of Autobahn Trucking Corporation Ltd.

Border Recapping to Provide Oliver Rubber Retreads

Michelin North America announced El Paso, Texas-based Border Recapping is the newest Oliver Rubber retread facility. Operating under the Border International umbrella of companies, Border Recapping features a 32,000-square-foot facility. In addition to Oliver retread products, the location will offer Michelin, BFGoodrich and Uniroyal brands. “Border Recapping/Border International has a clear commitment to fleet service

Conti Partners with CMC Tire for Retread Facility

CMC Tire Inc. and Continental Tire the Americas’ commercial vehicle tire group partnered to open a commercial tire retread facility in Las Vegas. “The partnership is critical for our aggressive growth plans and is perfectly aligned with ContiLifeCycle’s aggressive growth strategy,” said Mike Morast, co-owner of CMC Tire. “With all new equipment that includes the

Belle Tire Holds Tours of Bandag Retread Facility

Belle Tire Distributors Inc. held an open house Thursday at its Bandag retread plant in Cleveland, Ohio. During the event, tours took place from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. that gave visitors the chance walk through the process of retreading a tire.  

Green Arc’s New Facility Approved

Ontario’s Ministry of the Environmental and Climate Change has given Green Arc the go-ahead to build its new retread facility. After receiving the Environmental Compliance Approval (ECA) permit, the tiremaker said it will build a new facility and plans to hire 340 people, while reserving 25% of the positions for former members of the Canadian