Trelleborg Wheel Systems | Industrial Tires for Material Handling Equipment
TRELLEBORG INDUSTRIAL TIRES COMPANY PROFILE
Part of the Trelleborg Wheel Systems (TWS) business area of Trelleborg Group, Trelleborg Industrial Tires is the world’s largest producer of industrial solid tires. The business provides custom-solutions for the materials handling market, including forklift trucks, logistics, ground support, port and container handling equipment. It also services the construction market, providing niche solutions for wheeled and tracked construction equipment, underground mining as well as the waste and recycling market.
The operation is headquartered near Rome, Italy and with a global presence, organizes itself across five regions: North America, South America, Europe, China and Asia Pacific Africa. Trelleborg Industrial Tires consists approximately 40 percent of its business area, Trelleborg Wheel Systems, which employs around 3,000 employees and has annual sales of approximately 485 million EUR.
Trelleborg Industrial Tires is focused on delivering business acceleration for customers through better function, business and sustainability, adding and creating value along customer value chains. The company operates both with the Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and in the replacement tire markets; main customer groups include global leading OEM producers, along with equipment and tire dealers worldwide.
The company also operates tire replacement through its Interfit service brand, across Europe and in North America.
Trelleborg Wheel Systems
Business Unit Industrial Tires
Via Nazionale Tiburtina, 143
00010 Villa Adriana Tivoli (RM)
Tel: +49 2154 8842 0
Delivering products and services for Environment, Health & Safety, Terminal Logistics, Warehousing and Logistics, Environment, Health & Safety, Other Health & Safety Equipment, Terminal Logistics, Fork-lift Trucks, Heavy Forklifts, Reach Stackers, Straddle Carriers, Tractors, Trailers, Warehouse Management, Warehousing.
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