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Camso adds tyre fill service in the UK

Thursday, 7 Jun 2018 ( #875 ) - Magog, QC, Canada
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SOS technicians will replace air with tyre-fill
Camso, through its Solideal On-Site Service operation in EMEA, has introduced a pneumatic Tyre Puncture Protection Program in the UK.

"Efficiency and cost control are the focus of today’s fleet management teams. Equipment downtime due to flats on any type of air-filled tyre is unplanned and costly," says Steve Ridley, sales and operations director, UK for the service operation of Camso. "This cost comes from having to purchase replacement tyres and through the loss of productivity when trucks are not running," he continues.

The new program replaces air with tyre-fill comprising shock-absorbing polymers, with two variants on offer – either fresh fill or recycled oil-based tyre fill.

Both offer the most reliable and effective tyre flat-proofing solution while improving performance and increasing safety, according to the company.

Solideal On-Site Service (SOS) is quality-assured, and experienced technicians work to a high standard of safety. Over and above tyre fill, SOS offers application-specific reviews and product recommendations, wheel exchange and in-depth fleet analysis.
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