ATG launches new ra­dial OTR tyres

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Al­liance Tire Group (ATG), a fully-owned sub­sidiary of The Yoko­hama Rub­ber Co. Ltd, Ja­pan, with sub­sidiaries in strate­gi­cally im­por­tant lo­ca­tions world­wide, is a lead­ing name in the global off-high­way tyre busi­ness. It owns three world-renowned brands – Al­liance, Galaxy and Primex. Galaxy, the stan­dard bearer brand for ap­pli­ca­tion­spe­cific, pur­pose-built tyres, has launched its first Ra­dial OTR range, spe­cially made to keep pace with the chal­leng­ing needs of high­pres­sure job-sites.

The prod­uct fea­tures in­clude su­pe­rior per­for­mance, sturdy con­struc­tion with cus­tomised tread de­signs, ex­cel­lent sta­bil­ity and op­ti­mal trac­tion, min­i­mum heat build-up, strong car­cass pro­tec­tion with su­pe­rior cut re­sis­tance, ex­cel­lent dura­bil­ity and re­duced down­time. Ac­cord­ing to an ATG Group rep­re­sen­ta­tive, “job sites are ma­tur­ing and be­com­ing more chal­leng­ing, lead­ing to a change in the type of equip­ment be­ing used, kind of ma­te­rial be­ing han­dled, and the sur­faces of work. Galaxy range is spe­cially de­signed to keep pace with these chang­ing needs and help ma­chines to per­form at their full ca­pac­i­ties with­out de­lays or down­time. Spe­cial tread com­pounds fa­cil­i­tate smooth func­tion­ing for longer cy­cles. At ATG, we un­der­stand that crit­i­cal jobs can­not af­ford de­lays and re­quire de­pend­able part­ners to achieve re­sults.’’ Galaxy hard­work­ing range of tyres is the op­ti­mal choice for such high-pres­sure job sites where busi­ness just can­not stop. These ranges of tyres are de­signed for load­ers, graders and dump trucks.

The Pat­tern of Galaxy Ra­dial OTR Tire: HTSR 400 E4/L4; LDSR 300 E3/L3; and MGSR 200 G2

ATG is present in over 120 coun­tries across 6 con­ti­nents and has 3 man­u­fac­tur­ing fa­cil­i­ties, one in Hadera, Is­rael, and 2 fa­cil­i­ties in In­dia - one in Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu, and an­other in Da­hej, Gu­jarat. ATG has world-class R&D cen­tres in Is­rael and In­dia.

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