Thombert THp-GripTM Tires Provide Greater Traction on Wet Surfaces

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- 2 Jun 2011 ( #516 )
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Thombert THp-GripTM tires (great traction on wet surfaces). Click to view larger image.
Thombert THp-GripTM tires (great traction on wet surfaces). Click to view larger image.
Thombert Inc., headquartered in Newton, Iowa, USA has developed the THp-GripTM tire, which features a unique design specifically for forklift trucks operating in areas with moisture on the floor.

The special hole pattern of the TM gives operators a better grip in produce areas, cold storage facilities, ramps - any place where moisture or traction are issues.

According to Reggie Collette, Sales Marketing Manager at Thombert, the tires offer better traction, better braking and improved safety. In addition, he says, "Siped tires may have a tendency to chunk out in the center after some use, but the THp-GripTM tire averages more hours of use with no chunking."

"The THp-GripTM is an excellent example of the Thombert difference," Collette says. "Our company is constantly looking for ways to reduce lift truck down time and increase productivity for our customers."

The tires are backed by the Thombert money-back guarantee. This guarantee, good world-wide, invites OEMS and lift truck dealers to compare wheels and tires in the test application of their choice. If Thombert tires don't last longer than the competitor's, users receive their money back.

"This is the longest-standing product money-back guarantee in the industry," says Collette. "We know that when customers buy Thombert wheels and tires, they'll experience the lowest cost per hour of use."


About Thombert
For more than 60 years, Thombert has led the way in manufacturing the longest lasting polyurethane wheels and tires for electric forklifts, fulfilling its mission to be the global leader in its industry. Thombert's tagline, "The longest ride - The lowest cost", reflects the benefit of proven performance. Thombert products outlast the competition, providing the lowest cost per hour of use positively impacting its customer's bottom line. Thombert receives high marks for customer satisfaction. Its Money-Back Guarantee illustrates the commitment Thombert has to its customers and the complete confidence in the products it manufactures and sells.



For more information, contact:

Reggie Collette - Sales Marketing Manager -
Thombert
Web: www.thombert.com
Phone: +1 800 433 3572

For more company and product information click to view the Thombert ShopFront

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