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Jul 19, 2018 4:27:00 PM

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What’s Driving the Increased Adoption of Solid Tires

Why More Customers are Choosing Solid Tires

From construction sites to scrap yards, the use of solid tires on skid steers is becoming more and more commonplace. Because solid tires feature a unique set of attributes when compared to pneumatic tires, they’re particularly well-suited for some applications, and are able to deliver everything from longer service time to less downtime. Below are some of the sectors that are driving the interest in solids and some of the reasons why solids are ideal for those industries.

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Topics: Dairy Farming, Construction, Waste Industry, Recycling Industry, SDS Tire, Construction Tires, Solid Tires

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Apr 26, 2018 8:45:00 AM

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Alliance Tire Group Launches New Radial OTR Tire Line

As of Jan 1, 2021, Alliance Tire Group and Alliance Tire Americas, Inc. changed their names to Yokohama Off-Highway Tires and Yokohama Off-Highway Tires America, Inc respectively. The Alliance, Galaxy and Primex brands and product names remain unchanged. Product information is available at www.yokohama-oht.com.

Alliance Tire Americas, Inc. launched a rugged, new line of Galaxy brand radial off-the-road (OTR) tires at Waste Expo in Las Vegas.           

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Topics: Galaxy Tires, Construction, Press Release, Corporate, Waste Industry, Recycling Industry, Galaxy ROTR, Galaxy Radial Tires

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Apr 20, 2018 5:13:00 PM

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In Re-tire-ment: Recycling and Reusing Scrap Tires

New Uses for Old Tires

We strive to make long-lasting, durable, and cost-effective tires for our farm, construction, forestry, and trucking customers. Despite our best efforts, however, every tire eventually needs to be replaced. Impressively, more than 87% of the 300 million tires discarded each year in the U.S. will be recycled or reused in some way. Some will find a second life on the farm as a rope swing or planter and others will be turned into incredible art. But the majority of these tires will find themselves in one of three major markets: tire-derived fuel, ground rubber applications, or civil engineering.

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Topics: Construction, Waste Industry, Recycling Industry

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Apr 28, 2017 2:25:00 PM

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Keeping Profits for Recyclers Out of the Dumps

Avoiding Trash Tires for Maximum Profits 

Drive through almost any city or town on “trash day” and you will see a growing number of blue recycling bins waiting to be picked up. Recycling has become integral in the daily lives of Americans, but what hasn’t kept pace with the increased adoption of recycling is profit. Over the past few years, the recycling industry has been challenged by falling oil prices and a strong U.S. dollar, making it vital for recyclers to manage the profit factors over which they have influence.

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Topics: Galaxy Tires, Waste Industry, Recycling Industry, SDS Tire, Solid Tires

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Jan 19, 2017 9:30:00 AM

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New Galaxy Hulk Deep-Tread SDS Expands Severe Duty Solid Line

As of Jan 1, 2021, Alliance Tire Group and Alliance Tire Americas, Inc. changed their names to Yokohama Off-Highway Tires and Yokohama Off-Highway Tires America, Inc respectively. The Alliance, Galaxy and Primex brands and product names remain unchanged. Product information is available at www.yokohama-oht.com.

Alliance Tire Group introduced the Galaxy Hulk Deep-Tread SDS, a skid steer tire whose massive block tread pattern—long a favorite among operators in tough conditions—is now backed up by solid construction for the toughest challenges in material handling, construction and farming. The Hulk SDS is the latest addition to the Galaxy severe duty solid (SDS) line, which also contains solid versions of such popular tread patterns as the company’s Beefy Baby and Yardmaster tires.     

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Topics: Galaxy Tires, Galaxy Hulk, Press Release, Trade Shows, Recycling Industry, Events, Galaxy Hulk SDS, SDS Tire

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