International using Double Coin brand tires

International using Double Coin brand tires

China Manufacturers Alliance LLC (CMA) announced an agreement with International Truck and IC Corp., both Navistar Cos., to begin placing Double Coin brand radial tires on several platforms of International-built Class 4-8 vehicles and IC Corp. buses, effective immediately.

International Truck and IC Corp., both Navistar Cos., to begin placing Double Coin brand radial tires on several platforms of International-built Class 4-8 vehicles and IC Corp. buses, effective immediately.

“The global tire shortage has affected many truck companies, and ultimately, truck customers,” said Tom Akers, vice president, purchasing and logistics for International. “International is committed to putting our customers miles ahead on the road and in business. Because Double Coin is able to meet International’s production needs and strict quality standards at an affordable cost, we’re pleased to add them as a tire supplier.”

International said its evaluation of Double Coin’s tires has proven excellent quality, braking characteristics and overall performance. The company also is pleased with Double Coin’s warranty coverage and retreadability.

Double Coin truck tires have been a standard fitment at many of China’s truck and bus OEMs, and they hold a strong market share in the growing Asian replacement market, according to the company.

Double Coin Tires are supplied by CMA LLC, based in Monrovia, Calif., a wholly owned subsidiary of Shanghai Tire and Rubber Co. Shanghai Tire is a tire manufacturer in China, and has extended its presence in the United States since its introduction of Double Coin in 1997, offering approximately 950 service points across the United States, Canada, Mexico and Puerto Rico.

For more information, visit http://www.doublecoin-us.com.

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