It’s a hat trick for The Tyre Equipment Company as they have been awarded Feefo Gold Trusted Service status for a third year running. Feefo’s Gold Trusted Service Award is an independent seal of excellence that recognises businesses for delivering exceptional experiences, as rated by real customers.
CAM has appointed former England under-20 rugby international Rebecca Trist as a customer liaison officer. The company states that her appointment will bolster its customer service team, helping it to provide clients across UK and Republic of Ireland with the latest information on software solutions available to them, and how the technologies can assist in their business improvement.
Full tyre service provision remains the ultimate goal of premium commercial vehicle tyre suppliers. Approaches to achieving such targets have become increasingly technological, and given the solutions developed by its corporate cousins, Continental’s tyre division is at the forefront. The German manufacturer will use its presence at the CV Show 2017 to highlight its operational solutions, designed to help inform fleets, put efficiency and safety first and provide a complete service to complement its comprehensive range of commercial vehicle tyres; products designed for LGV, HGV, and Materials Handling equipment will be exhibited.
Nokian Tyres’ investment in Sigmavision and the installation of its SnapSkan tool via tyre and car service chain Vianor is targeting “improved safety” for “millions of drivers”, the Finnish tyre manufacturer states. The free and fast technology measures the depth of tyre treads on the go and informs the driver of the results, serving motorists on their everyday routes, in locations such as car parks.