So long Excel. Digital tire management solutions cometh.
Bridgestone Fleet Care allows fleet operators to address tire-related issues, aiming to reduce downtime.
Bridgestone’s tire-health monitoring system uses internal or external sensors to provide fleets with real-time data including tire pressure and tire temperature and slow leak detection.
The plant will incorporate technology for digital readiness in tires, such as tire-mounted sensors that support data-driven insights.
The Greatec M703 Ecopia is currently available in a 445/50R22.5 size.
The use of the Bridgestone advanced tire monitoring system at Pilot and Flying J travel centers enables both companies to expand their service offerings.
The industry is ensuring that electric vehicles can be maintained in an efficient manner.
This recognition aligns with the “Emotion,” “Ease” and “Empowerment” values of the Bridgestone E8 Commitment.
The Firestone FD694 drive tire is currently available in a 295/75R22.5 size and will soon be available in three additional sizes: 11R22.5, 11R24.5, and 285/75R24.5.
Bridgestone Americas says it hopes to empower women in trucking and promote diversity in the industry.
Retreading is an important solution fleets are incorporating into their tire programs that not only extends the life of tires, but helps reduce environmental impact.
Bridgestone Americas (Bridgestone) recently announced Steve Hoeft will assume the role of president of its commercial truck group, effective immediately. The commercial truck group includes the company’struck & bus radial (TBR) business. Hoeft has been with Bridgestone since 2017 and previously served as chief operating officer (COO) for the Commercial Truck Group. In his new