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Chichester District Council has extended its tyre supply and management contract with Bandvulc, part of Continental Tyres, for its fleet of 26 Mercedes-Benz ‘Econic’ refuse collection vehicles. The tyre retread specialist had worked with the council for the past four years, offering a complete service on tyre management for its fleet, taking care…More +
Children’s Hospice South West was nominated by Bandvulc’s Charity Team as the company’s main charity for 2019 and a number of fundraising activities have taken place during the course of the year. The most recent event has been the CHSW £50 Challenge ‘Get Nifty with your Fifty’. Two Bandvulc teams stepped up to the mark…More +
After years of fitting Bandvulc and Continental tyres to its fleet, leading supply chain logistics provider, Fowler Welch, has now put the two manufacturers’ low rolling resistance (LRR) offerings to the test. In a joint-trial at Millbrook Proving Ground, Fowler Welch and Bandvulc arranged an evaluation of the performance and efficiency benefits of low rolling…More +