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TBC Brands Adds 2 Regional Sales Managers for Business Truck Tires

TBC Brands LLC has included two local sales supervisors, Pete Salvan and Dan Royce, to its commercial truck tire team. Salvan will oversee the business’& rsquo; s western area and Royce will oversee the northeast region. “& ldquo; Pete and Dan are both skilled sales experts of truck tires to dealers and fleets and are welcome additions to our growing group,” & rdquo; states Aaron Murphy, vice president of commercial truck tire sales. “& ldquo; Their important skillsets will contribute commonly to servicing our TBC Brands consumers and prospects. Both will be responsible in their geographical area for the growth of Sumitomo, Sailun and other TBR products.” & rdquo; With 10 years in the industry, Salvan began his profession at Michelin North America Inc. He concerns TBC from Toyo Tire U.S.A. Corp. where he held positions in both the passenger and truck sales groups. Salvan resides in Dallas, Texas. Royce’& rsquo; s profession spans more than 38 years of truck tire field sales management with 35 of those years at Michelin The United States and Canada in numerous fleet and dealer roles. Royce is based in Richmond, Va. To find out more, check out Get the most recent news and most popular articles from MTD delivered directly to your inbox. Remain on top of the tire market and do not miss out on a thing! …
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3 growing truck coolant trends There are a myriad of coolant choices available for fleets today. You can spec Organic Acid Innovation (OAT) coolant; extended life coolant; nitrite-free coolant; coolant with nitrites; mix various types of coolant; and there are plenty of other alternatives as well. Keeping all these options straight can be challenging, not to point out making certain the ideal coolant ends up in the ideal truck. So here are three market trends in coolant, and exactly what fleets need to understand about them. OAT coolants, which are comprised of natural materials, offer defense of the cooling system components and longer life for the coolant, and are growing in popularity. OAT coolants particularly target corrosive websites, supplying much better heat transfer. Due to their use of organic products– and lack of silicates, phosphates and nitrites– they are also more accepted as an environmentally friendly option. “Robustly created OAT coolants can provide prolonged life performance without the need to re-inhibit with additional coolant ingredients [SCA],” states John Turney, technical director for Peak Commercial and Industrial, “for that reason, many fleets should see a reduction in application upkeep requirements.” “Today, with the sophistication of brand-new engine platforms to satisfy emissions and MPG goals, there is a basic have to move from the older ‘green’ coolants, to the much better created and performing coolants, such as those with OAT,” says Colin Dilley, vice president of innovation at Prestone Products Corp. “Having stated that, you must choose a coolant that supplies engine defense for the preferred service intervals and weather conditions, and never mix coolant types. You also desire a coolant that prevents rust of contemporary engine platform metals, including aluminum and severe temperature levels that can stress an engine. Likewise, constantly utilize coolant from a respectable source to ensure that you prevent issues.” “In the past, you would not use the very same coolant in a gas and diese …
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