Last month Phil West, Corby Goodall, Tony Doyle and Perry Buckley of the Bandvulc Group, plus Richard Tolson of Tyre Maintenance manned Bandvulc’s Tip-Ex stand at the Harrogate International Centre.
This year Bandvulc demonstrated their strong credentials in this market, by taking along some of their existing products, but more importantly they also featured new additions to its specialist ranges.
The BIG, featured for its durability and high resistance attributes, was joined by the new 315/80R22.5 BDY3. Like BIG the BDY3 has been designed for the tipper industry but has a more aggressive open pattern and is more suited for the higher mileage tipper operations, and in some cases may be used on tractor units. Also joining the stand this year were the BD08 and BT08 range for the tractor trailer combinations running high mileages.
Bandvulc are known for their innovation and once again have demonstrated their quest to provide a solution for a specific market, this time it is for the tanker fleets. Bandvulc were pleased to be able to introduce the aptly named Tankmaster at this year’s Tip-Ex & Tank-Ex show, a product suited to high volume loads. The TANKMASTER tyre is designed to lift shoulders in operation, has a high rubber content to allow tight turning and a non-aggressive pattern design to flow with the trailer in operation.
Phil West, Commercial Director Bandvulc Group stated: “Bandvulc is keen to support this market sector as operators are more than ever before needing best value, not best cost. We believe that at Bandvulc we can do just that by offering best value & control for serious operators.”
For more information: www.bandvulc.co.uk