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Camso introduced new pair of telehandler tires

Canada: Camso recently presented two brand new telehandler tires which are likely to set new standards for stability, traction and resistance to damage. As per the executive director of market development, David Fleischhauer, by focusing on the mentioned attributes, the company is promoting the tagline ‘tough is our way of life’. The director also stated that the tires, Camso TLH 732 and Camso TLH 753 offered a rugged, lower cost option for rental, construction and agriculture applications. Both the tire models featured exceptional resistance to blowouts and sidewall damage while providing greater stability for moving telehandler loads safely.

Both the tires are designed with an advance tread pattern using rubber compounds which consequently increase resilience and wear life of the tires. Camso TLH 732 is designed with a directional tread pattern which aims on providing improved traction in soft soils, whereas, the Camso TLH 753 is designed with the non-directional tread pattern which focuses on providing an increased abrasion resistance, while operating on mixed and hard surfaces. These second generation tires were launched as an advance version of Solideal SL G2 and SL G3, which would eventually phase out.

The Camso TLH 732 is manufactured with a new tread pattern that supports massive tread depth to deliver best off road traction. Along with the improved sidewall design, the TLH 732 further endures a void guard to fortify the tread spaces in order to prevent punctures and flats.

On the other hand, the non-directional tread design of Camso TLH 753 resists abrasion and wear on hard & tough surfaces. While defining the features of Camso TLH 753, David Fleischhauer stated that the tire provides best value for general purpose telehandler duty, especially for customers who can’t predict the machine’s working conditions day by day. This tire has the potential to live longer, without adding up to the cost, further.

According to a recent report published by TechSci Research, “Canada Tyre Market Forecast and Opportunities, 2020” with a population size of over 35 million, the country supports a large vehicle fleet which has been exhibiting a growing trend over the years. Developed urban areas & improved roadways along with increasing per capita income have served as catalysts for the expanding automobile industry of the country, which consequently have been generating demand for tires in the OEM as well as replacement market.

As per TechSci Research, despite of the fact that Camso is domestically based company in Canada, the company does not have a prominent market presence in comparison to other renowned multinational brands in the country. However, by launching new OTR tires across the entire North American market, the company would able to renew its brand name eventually in the region, specifically in the mentioned tire segment. Eventually, this would assist Camso to establish its market share in the entire North America.

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