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Top 10 ATG News Stories of 2015

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June 1, 2017

It’s all about tires at Alliance Tire Group. Whether we’re making advancements in tire technology, bolstering our infrastructure to better serve our customer, setting world records, or developing better ways to communicate all that is happening at ATG and in the greater world of tires, the people of ATG eat, sleep, and breathe tires. It’s this passion that has made ATG the fastest growing off-highway tire producer in the market, and the great thing about being at the forefront of the industry is being in the news. Here are a few of the most fun, informative, and, in one case, sad stories that prominently featured Alliance Tire Group this year.

Alliance Tire Launches Online “Hub” – Tire Business

“Alliance Tire Americas Inc. has launched ATA Hub, an online resource for the company to share insights with tire dealers and tire customers.”

Alliance Tires Claim World Record Atop Volcano – Modern Tire Dealer

“Riding on Alliance 390 radial flotation tires from the Alliance Tire Group (ATG), a German team scaled the world’s highest volcano, which is also South America’s second-highest peak. The trek set a world record for a climb by a truck – 21,899 feet above sea level to the summit of Ojos del Salados in the Chilean Andes.”

Wide, Fat, And Soft Is Best, For Tires That Is – American Agriculturist

“If you really want to ease up on soil compaction by manure and fertilizer spreaders, make sure you’re rolling with radial flotation tires. That was the clear bottom line of a soil pit demonstration of radial versus bias-ply tires by Alliance Tire Americas at July’s North American Manure Expo near Chambersburg, Pa.”

Into The Woods – Tire Review

“Like many other specialty tire segments, demand in the forestry tire market  is cyclical. With the demand for logging often echoing the economy, tire demand fluctuates as machines either sit or run.”

Tire Maintenance Keeps Your Equipment Rolling – Waste Advantage Magazine

“Chances are, you probably haven’t thought much about tires today. Tires tend to be the sort of thing facility managers and equipment operators start thinking about when there’s a problem. But a few minutes a day spent on tire maintenance can prevent hours spent unraveling problems in the future … and it can start improving your bottom line immediately.”

The Way We Roll – A Look At Innovations In AG Tires – AG Innovator

“Mark Carter his grandfather talking about shifting from steel wheels to rubber tires on his tractor in the late 1930’s. He remembers him talking about how much smoother the ride suddenly was, about how it was now possible to drive a tractor on the road.”

Alliance Tire Opens California Warehouse – Modern Tire Dealer

“Alliance Tire Group (ATG) is working from a new 100,000 square foot warehouse in southern California. Located in Pomona, it is the company’s fourth warehouse in North America and the company says it reflects its continuing commitment to provide outstanding customer service.”


Alliance Tire Americas: Providing The Tires Agriculture Needs – Implement Success

“Since its founding in Israel in 1950, Alliance Tire has focused on making tractor tires for the agricultural industry; both for those original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) building machines, and farmers looking for the best tire for their equipment. Today, the Alliance Tire Group (ATG) has become a global maker and distributor of high quality radial flotaition tires.”

TIA AG Safety Training Offered To ATG Dealers – Tire Review

“Alliance Tire Americas will provide safety training to its farm tire dealers with the Tire Industry Association (TIA) Basic Farm Tire Service program. Alliance will offer free training kits valued at $295 to new dealers and distributors who sell Alliance, Galaxy or Primex farm tires, said Bruce Besancon, ATA’s vice president of marketing Bruce Besancon. Alliance has already given kits to more than two dozen dealers.”

Galaxy Tire Founder David Ganz Dies – Tire Business

“David Ganz, founder of the Galaxy Tire brand, died Oct. 21 at his home in Belmont. He was 81.”