Triangle showing new ranges at Autopromotec 2019

Triangle’s Autopromotec stand focuses on its refreshed car tyre range, but also highlights the company’s latest OTR and truck tyre developments

Triangle is exhibiting products including a new winter UHP pattern, two tyres from the European truck range and one OTR product. Specifically, Triangle is giving its Snowlink PL02 UHP asymmetric winter pattern its European debut. According to the company, this tyre offers excellent handling performance and grip on wet and snowy roads. And what’s more, it is expected to help boost sales during the next winter period.

Mirco Spiniella, business development director for Europe, said: “One of our tasks is to be consistent in renewing our PCR product range: we started last year with the launching of 4 new summer and the all-season patterns and are now continuing with the introduction of the new Snowlink PL02.

“We are looking ahead to the next three years with a complete European tailor-made product development plan.
The positive feedback that we are getting from our Triangle European partners about the product quality and the market acceptance is giving us the enthusiasm to continue working hard on this path”.

Luca Mai, the newly appointed OTR director for Europe is aware of the role that he has taken within Triangle, holding an important market share in the OTR segment both in Replacement and OE: “at Autopromotec we have our TB598S for articulated dump trucks, one of our best sellers in Europe, with exceptional reliability in haulage applications.”

Corrado Moglia, general manager of Triangle Tyre Europe added: “We are keeping all promises given to the market and in such a short time, since we established our European office in 2017. We are continuing the growth together with our national partners and with great support from our HQ, from the R&D that has worked non-stop on the multiple requests from our EU team, to the top management that has helped us in staying competitive despite the ups and downs of raw materials and exchange rate fluctuations.”

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