DLG test: Traxion XXL tyres save €1 an hour with 50% longer lifespan
Recent testing by the independent German test institute DLG has confirmed Vredestein Traxion tyres to be a far more economical option than competitor tractor tyres over their lifetime. In fact, the results proved that the Vredestein Traxion XXL has a 50% longer lifespan, which ultimately results in a saving of 1 euro per operational hour per tractor.
CAREY AGRI SHARES EXPERIENCE WITH VREDESTEIN TYRES
Through their tyre supplier, Jim O'Hanlon, the Carey brother heard about Vredestein. They decided to put one of their tractors on Traxion+ tyres to give it a try.
Huddlestone Farming impressed by Traxion Optimall
Nick from Huddleston Farming (Doncaster, South Yorkshire) tells about his experience with the award-winning Traxion Optimall tyres. Read this article to find out more about the benefits of the Traxion Optimalls for him and his drivers.
Vredestein tyres now available on new Manitou telehandlers
Vredestein has announced a partnership with the renowned international manufacturer of professional handling equipment Manitou. From April 2019, Manitou has made its telescopic handlers available to customers fitted with Vredestein tyres from the Endurion radial agro-industrial range.
Vredestein Traxion Optimall takes home the gold
Vredestein has won the gold medal in the LAMMA 2019 Innovation Awards’ “Driven Innovation” category with its Traxion Optimall tyre which will take pride of place on the Vredestein stand at the show, LAMMA Birmingham, on 8/9 January.
Live The Land film celebrates farming life
A promotional movie honouring farmers, their connection to the soil and the hard work they do every day. Made by award-winning Amsterdam-based studio Sounds Like Film and the result of nine months of filming, the video is part of Vredestein’s Live the Land campaign for its agricultural tyre portfolio.
Vredestein launched new VF tyre: Traxion Optimall
Vredestein has launched a new premium tyre for the top tractor segment based on further improved VF (Very High Flexion) technology at the Agritechnica in Hanover in 2017.