Courier vehicles are now ubiquitous in urban areas. This significant increase in city distribution traffic, with shorter distances driven to deliver smaller packages, has led to growth within the light commercial vehicle segment in the last few years. The opening of new hubs and the restrictions for bigger vehicles from entering some cities has provided the impetus to develop a more capillary delivery service, creating higher demand for light truck tyres.
Triangle Tyre expresses pride in its comeback as a top-ten consumer tyre brand in the China Brand Power Index (C-BPI) 2020. The brand occupies ninth place, ahead of domestic rivals such as Warrior, Chaoyang, Giti and Linglong.
Triangle Tyre has been distributing earthmover tyres throughout Europe for more than fifteen years, and opened its own European headquarters in Milan, Italy, in 2017. The last three years have seen Triangle brand growing stronger within the region, with an expanding double-digit market share in the OTR segment, the introduction of new sizes to further expand an already-wide range, the opening of new partnerships, participation in international fairs – all achievements that Triangle proud of.
Triangle has introduced a 3-star ply rated version of its TL535S+ radial for wheel loaders and other machinery used in quarry and industrial sites, giving users the option to choose between 1-, 2- and 3-star fitments.
Triangle Tyre has provided more details of the Triangle AgileX AT all-terrain tyre that it is bringing to Europe. It says the AgileX AT TR292 has been developed to “address the growing market for balanced on and off-road performance for consumers wanting the flexibility of great on-road and off-road performance”.
Triangle Tyre has shared further details of the Triangle AdvanteX TC101 tyre it presented several months ago. The tyre maker says internal tests show the AdvanteX demonstrated an 18 per cent improvement in wet braking over the Triangle tyre it replaces. Aquaplaning performance was 11 per cent better and dry braking nine per cent improved compared with the predecessor tyre.
Wholesaler Fintyre has gained exclusive Italian market distribution of the entire Triangle PCR portfolio, including the recently-presented overhauled Triangle tyre range for Europe. Triangle Tyre chose the European Fintyre Distribution (EfTD) member company thanks to its “extensive distribution coverage, its competence that distinguishes the company and its widespread presence on the Italian territory.”
Key products in Triangle Tyre’s new generation range for Europe came to market in the last quarter, and Triangle sees their introduction as something of a brand relaunch within the region. The arrival of these new tyre lines is accompanied by a rebooting of how Triangle presents its range as well as the promise of […]
As of 1 May, Triangle Tyre has strengthened its team within our region with the appointment of Luca Mai as OTR director, Europe. Mai joins Triangle Tyre from Marangoni, where he worked for 18 years, most recently as sales director for TBR and OTR tyres.
At a meeting of its Board of Directors held on 15 June, two days after the passing of company chairman Mr Ding Yuhua, Mr Ding Mu was elected the new chairman of Triangle Tyre Co., Ltd. He also became, with immediate effect, the company’s legal representative according to its Articles of Association.
An announcement made yesterday confirms Kingsboro (Edgecombe County), North Carolina as the site for the new Triangle Tyre Co., Ltd. plant in the United States. Sharing news of the project, North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper stated that Triangle intends to invest nearly US$580 million in the area.
In disclosures to the Shanghai Stock Exchange, Triangle Tyre Co., Ltd. reports its intention to invest US$580 million in what the company calls its “America Factory Project”. The investment will cover the cost of erecting facilities for producing both passenger car and commercial vehicle tyres.