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Michelin has extended its portfolio of retreaded Recamic truck tyres .

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Increase in offer of retreaded tyres

Michelin has been active in the truck retreading business with several treads of the brands Michelin Remix, Laurent retread and Recamic. Now the segment of long-distance traffic has been extended as well.

“Demand for sustainable mobility in long-distance traffic has constantly been increasing. Thus, we added a corresponding product line in cold retreading”, Tobias Neumüller, Head of Retreading DACH and Scandinavia at Michelin, reports. According to company information, the driving axle tread offers a 15 per cent higher mileage than its predecessor and is particularly economical as a consequence.

The tread will mostly be used on transports with long distances with many rolling phases and few locations of loading and unloading. The optimized rolling resistance of the Recamic Line D will be at its best in these areas of use, the people being responsible explain. Since September of last year, the tread has been available in the German-speaking markets.

Similar to new tyres, the Line D tread consists of many sipes with double waves. According to the manufacturer, they guarantee safe braking and good traction on slippery road surfaces. The Recamic tread also disposes in the 60 Series of a convex tread. Compared to a standard tread it provides an optimized contact area of the tyre on the road surface and reduces overheating in the shoulder area. Furthermore, the retreaded tyre has the 3PMSF symbol and is usable in wintry conditions too.

Meeting environmental requirements

According to Michelin, retreaded tyres are able to generate up to 70 per cent of savings in raw materials compared to non-retreaded products. Due to the low rolling resistance a reduction of 1.3 tons of fine-dust pollution as well as a decrease of 5,400 kg in CO2 emissions are possible. “Due to legal or economic requirements, many fleets need to have strict environment certificates at their disposal. Thus, Michelin’s retreading concepts offer the perfect precondition to achieve the necessary increase in fuel efficiency”, Neumüller says.

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Laufenn makes debut in commercial vehicle segment

As of now, Hankook’s brand Laufenn will be active in the truck and bus tyre market. The portfolio of the brand consists of nine treads and will start with a total of 31 dimensions.

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Surprising Kumho in ADAC Summer Tyre Test

Continental has demonstrated its dominance with several group treads once again. Kumho has even attracted attention with two tyres.

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Setzer takes over from Degenhart

Dr. Elmar Degenhart, the Chief Executive Officer at Continental AG, has stepped down from his office as of 30th November 2020. Nikolai Setzer has taken over.

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Certified to mount complete wheels

After moving to the property "Am Storrenacker 30“, which is in close neighbourhood of the company location, Interpneu got the possibility to bring back the area of mounting complete wheels, which used to be in an additional separated hall.