Company News

New GT Radial truck and bus tyre website

New GT Radial truck and bus tyre website

GT Radial has introduced a global truck and bus tyre website to complement its recently-launched global passenger car tyre online presence. The new www.gtradialfleet.com site is designed for both desktop and mobile devices and provides tyre information according to application and vehicle type, tyre specification and axle position. Other features include a fuel calculator and tyre care tips, plus a section containing brand information and the latest news and user testimonials.

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International News

Kenda Tires launches Klever S/T in USA

Kenda Tires launches Klever S/T in USA

Kenda USA has added another offering to their Kenda Klever line. The Klever S/T is designed to help fill a gap in the SUV/CUV marketplace with a 60,000 mileage warranty and M&S all-season capabilities. It will be available to order on 1 June, 2015.

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Motorsport

Strakka Racing switching from Michelin to Dunlop ahead of Le Mans 24 Hours

Strakka Racing switching from Michelin to Dunlop ahead of Le Mans 24 Hours

Strakka Racing will switch to running Dunlop tyres on its S103 for both Le Mans and the remainder of the FIA World Endurance Championship. The team is testing the Dunlop rubber, used by all other entrants in the WEC LMP2 category at Spa this week and will again at the Le Mans Test Day later this month.

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Career Tracks

Apollo Tyres promotes Gaurav Kumar to CFO

Apollo Tyres promotes Gaurav Kumar to CFO

A replacement has been found for Raj Banerji, who resigned as Apollo Tyres’ chief financial officer after less than two months in the job. Gaurav Kumar, previously group head of corporate strategy and finance, has taken on the role and will oversee Apollo Tyres’ global accounts, finance, taxation and investor relations from the company’s headquarters in Gurgaon, India. He reports to vice-chairman and managing director, Neeraj Kanwar.

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Comment

Collaboration is the future…or is it?

This month I went back to school. Tyre 2015 – the fourth International Tyre Colloquium, hosted by University of Surrey to be precise. While much of the science was beyond those of us that don’t work in R&D, the concepts behind the really technical stuff are fascinating. And what’s more, they offer a unique insight into what is on the horizon in terms of tyre development, vehicle dynamics and indeed original equipment (OE) trends.

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