Truck World is Canada’s largest transportation industry trade show, with 20,000 industry professionals and more than 400 exhibitors meeting every other year to exchange ideas, view products and demonstrate services.
All Truck World attendees are invited to stop by the TRIB booth (number 4301A) to learn about the benefits of retreaded tires, tire repair and proper tire maintenance. TRIB will be distributing CDs and DVDs, along with printed materials, to visitors.
As the cost associated with owning and operating trucks and equipment continues to rise, truckers are seeking ways to better control expenses. Using retreaded tires and properly maintaining and repairing tires provides numerous advantages and cost savings according to Harvey Brodsky, TRIB’s managing director.
“Not only is tire retreading an economic positive, it is also very environmentally responsible,” notes Brodsky. “Retreading actively contributes to helping conserve valuable finite natural resources needed to manufacture tires. For every retread produced, one less new tire needs to be manufactured. And with retreading, tires stay on the road longer so fewer worn tires require disposal, which helps reduce scrap tire disposal problems.”
For additional information, visit TRIB’s Web site, www.retread.org. (Tire Review/Akron)