Tyre labelling ‘debacle’; ‘4-6.5m part worn tyre sales’

27th November 2014 | 0 Comments
 
Tyre labelling ‘debacle’; ‘4-6.5m part worn tyre sales’
Tyre Wholesale Group chairman, John Parker delivers his first speech at the National Motorcycle Museum, Solihull

RH Claydon’s John Parker gave his first Tyre Wholesalers Group speech as chairman at the group’s annual lunch in November. Parker covered the current state of the market, before summing up current views on part worn tyres and tyre labelling, the latter of which he labelled a “debacle”. Attending the event, Tyres & Accessories reports the contents of Parker’s speech below. Parker contextualised what he had to say with current UK market figures. Saying that the consumer tyre replacement market has “stabilised at about 34m units give or take”, he reserved judgement on whether this represented a corner starting to be turned, while noting that this did not take into account part worn sales.

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