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Continental reorganises tyre division

Premium tyre manufacturer Continental is reorganising the top management of its Tyre Division. Christian Koetz (48) leads the business unit Commercial Vehicle Tires and reports in this function to Nikolai Setzer, Member of the Executive Board of Continental and Head of the Tire Division. Koetz’ former position as Head of the business unit Passenger and

Conti Clinic: How to get the most from your tyres

Continental Tyres are well-known as one of the world’s leading premium tyre manufacturers. The company’s expertise, however, doesn’t stop there. With tyres influencing approximately 40% of operating costs for commercial vehicles, Continental offers a range of additional solutions to help operators achieve the lowest overall driving cost for their fleets. ContiFitmentService ensures operators make the

Continental uses AI to give vehicle systems human strength

A basic requirement for  sophisticated advanced driver assistance functions and automated  driving is a detailed understanding and precise assessment of the  entire traffic situation. To allow automated vehicles to assume control  from drivers, vehicles must develop an understanding of the imminent  actions of all road users, so that they can always make the right  decision

Continental unveils new construction tyre

Transport to and on construction sites places heavy demands on machinery and tyres. Robustness and traction are the main characteristics crucial in construction tyre applications. However, traction-optimised tread designs with wide grooves lead to greater levels of wear at a faster pace as well as increased fuel consumption on paved roads. For this reason, Continental’s

Continental tyre switch brings savings for UK Group

Ashcourt Group, the Hull-based transport and haulage operator, has developed a tyre-management strategy with Continental Tyres and local dealer Adams Tyres, that has reduced running costs by an estimated 20 percent. The Group operates a fleet of 79 vehicles including heavy-duty tipper wagons, hook loaders, tankers, concrete mixers, skip loaders and low loaders for specialist heavy haulage moves.