The Tyre Equipment Company (TEC) is heading to agricultural show LAMMA this January, where it plans to showcase its range of products for agricultural tyres. This will be the first time that the company has exhibited at the show.
According to the company, TEC prides itself on being able to provide everything that a customer should require for their tyres. To this end, the firm works with equipment manufacturers such as Universal Tool, PCL, Gaither and Schrader.
Having launched to acclaim in 2014, Trelleborg’s ProgressiveTraction technology has continued to impress award judges. The latest addition to the manufacturer’s trophy cabinet is the LAMMA 2015 ‘Best New Product or Innovation (Environmental)’ gong. Sponsored by IAgrE (the Institute of Agricultural Engineers) the award recognises outstanding contributions to agricultural engineering and the associated industries.
A major UK wholesalers in the agricultural tyre segment, RH Claydon will exhibit at LAMMA in late January with 62 years’ experience behind them. The company boasts a wide range of brands and fitments to meet the needs and requirements of the sector; sales and marketing director, John Parker said, “the agricultural or (off-highway) market is what we do best and is definitely the area that the industry judges to be our core sphere of expertise.”
Kings Road Tyres (KRT) will support its portfolio of specialist agricultural tyres by exhibiting at two leading end-user shows in 2015. The wholesaler, which specialises in agricultural and industrial tyres will present exclusive brands such as Taurus and Maxam as highlights of KRT’s product offer first to dedicated farming and agricultural customers at Lamma, 21-22 January, East of England Showground, Peterborough. Lamma is the UK’s largest farm machinery, equipment and agricultural services show, which attracts upwards of 40,000 visitors.
Weighing-in at 555 kilogrammes, the size 1250/50 R 32 SFT tyre for large agricultural machinery is the largest product in the Mitas portfolio, and the US-made behemoth will be launched in the UK next month. Visitors to LAMMA 2015 at the East of England Showground on 21 and 22 January will be amongst the first in the country to see the new, 2.02 metre diameter tyre.
Infinity Tyres’ KK Singh, Infinity Europe’s OTR and agricultural sales manager has revealed it is expanding its agricultural tyre range, manufactured by Shandong Linglong and distributed onto the UK agricultural market by Europa Tyres, and expects to increase its visibility on the market during 2014.
Leading UK farm machinery show, LAMMA opened today at the Newark and Nottinghamshire Showground, Winthorpe, with Michelin using the show as an opportunity to exhibit its latest addition to the range of sizes for its CerexBib combine harvester tyre. The IF (Improved Flexion) 800/70 R38 CFO (Cycling Field Operation) is a direct reaction to some of the largest machines expected to be delivered to customers this year. The CerexBib is designed to protect fields and deliver higher load capacity for a narrower width, helping large grain farmers, contractors and farm machinery cooperatives, according to Michelin.