Michelin has promoted Jonathan Layton to national sales manager, UK and Republic of Ireland, for its Services & Solutions business line.
The South East Coast Ambulance Service has adopted a Michelin Agilis CrossClimate tyre policy across its fleet.
Armstrong Richardson is moving its 50-strong truck fleet to a Michelin new and remix tyre policy after a comparison projected savings of £60,000 a year.
Scottish Borders Council is to fit Michelin’s XDW Ice Grip tyres across its fleet of 32 gritters.
Princebuild is rolling out Michelin’s CrossClimate+ and Agilis CrossClimate tyres across its entire 180 cars and vans.
Stapleton’s Tyre Services has achieved an extra 20,000 miles out of its new Michelin Agilis Cross Climate tyres, compared to its previous policy.
Michelin has refunded fleet operators for 1,391 tyres since launching its accidental tyre damage guarantee.
Anglian Water is reporting increased uptime and cost savings from trialling Michelin’s Agilis CrossClimate van tyre.
The Welsh Ambulance Service has fitted Michelin’s Wheely-Safe Light tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS) to 90 ambulances.
Andrew French has been appointed as Michelin’s director of services and solutions for the UK, Ireland and Nordics.
Michelin Tyre’s B2B division has welcomed Chris Smith as sales director and Helen Ratcluff as marketing director for the UK and Ireland.
John Lewis speaks to industry professionals to offer fleets some guidance and asks which is best, cheap upfront or longer life?
Michelin Group has acquired truck tyre supplier and service provider Tructyre Fleet Management, which has 26 service centres across the UK.
John Maslen finds that less is more in the future of commercial fleet vehicles.
Research and development is essential in the hunt for longer tyre life, but further savings on price remain elusive, John Lewis reports.
South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust has fitted Michelin CrossClimate+ tyres across its 200-car ‘rapid response’ fleet.
Barnsley’s A Davies Transport has reduced its running costs across its heavy truck fleet after switching from traditional 295/80 tyres to 315/80 fitments.
Allied Bakeries has renewed its contract with Michelin to supply tyres for its fleet of more than 940 trucks and trailers, for the next three years.
All 10 NHS ambulance services in England have signed a first-choice policy, alongside those of Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Heron Foods has cut its annual tyre bill by 18% after adopting a full Michelin tyre policy across its fleet, under a policy managed by ATS Euromaster.