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Avon Tyres at The Tire Cologne: new brand style, new website

Avon Tyres at The Tire Cologne: new brand style, new website

18th May 2018 | 0 Comments

Avon Tyres will showcase its three main product lines – passenger car, motorcycle and motorsport tyres – at this month’s The Tire Cologne. The latest and most innovative from the Avon range will be displayed on stand C-070, Hall 6, together with the British brand’s new style and completely redesigned website.

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New site & address – Schrader Performance Sensors upgrades online presence

New site & address – Schrader Performance Sensors upgrades online presence

9th May 2018 | 0 Comments

With its new website, Schrader Performance Sensors says it possesses an “all-encompassing and easy access” online platform for its TPMS sensors and training offers. The automotive aftermarket brand of Sensata Technologies invites visitors to head over to www.SchraderSensors.com to take a look.

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Z Tyre to launch B2C website in Germany

23rd May 2017 | 0 Comments

Z Tyre has announced plans to offer its complete range of tyres direct to German motorists via a B2C website developed in Kaiserslautern. The announcement follows the launch of Z’s ‘flat rate’ dealer programme in the market. The brand said social media feedback and further demand for the Z tyre range from all regions has led to the new on-line initiative. It aims to cover the whole market with rapid supply and a reliable fitting network.

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WAI updates website to reflect new branding

WAI updates website to reflect new branding

23rd June 2016 | 0 Comments

WAIglobal has launched a new website in line with its brand rejuvenation, designed to offer customers exclusive access to the latest products available from the auto electrical specialist.

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Goodyear steps up tyre retail involvement with new UK digital platform

Goodyear steps up tyre retail involvement with new UK digital platform

8th January 2016 | 0 Comments

Goodyear has launched its next generation website in the UK and Ireland. While not quite the pioneering retail strategy employed by the manufacturer’s US digital platform, the new site (www.goodyear.co.uk) has increased the company’s interaction with end-consumers – a reaction to the sustained growth in consumers researching their tyre purchase decision online. In an unusual move for tyre manufacturers’ own websites, Goodyear also provides a recommended sell-out price on its tyres, which indicates a step towards the retail activity of its American cousin, albeit without any sort of requirement of the retailer to honour that price.

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