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Marangoni Industrial Tyres: Understanding the value of quality

Thursday, 15 Aug 2019 ( #936 )
New Marangoni Industrial Tyres factory in Sri Lanka

Marangoni Industrial Tyres (MIT) continue to grow capacity in their current factory in Sri Lanka as the second factory facility is on schedule to be opened later this year.

Visit Marangoni Industrial Tyres at IMHX 2019, 24 - 27 September at the NEC, Birmingham - at Stand #6E230.

New Forza press on band

Marangoni Industrial Tyres has developed a new press on band for the US market and will now be looking to grow their presence within the region with the aid of their new factories and dramatically increased production capacity.

Marangoni Industrial Tyres strives for consistent quality. Their experience within the industry allows them to develop technology and materials to meet and exceed the expectations of the material handling sector.

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