The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Akron, Ohio, announces that waste haulers can optimize their tire investment through retreading with the new Goodyear Endurance WHD.
Engineered to provide enhanced traction, the Goodyear Endurance WHD is the newest addition to its total solution of products, services and management tools for waste haulers.
“Waste haul fleets are avid users of retreads due to the often-severe conditions faced by waste haul vehicles,” says Dustin Lancy, marketing manager. “We are excited to add the Endurance WHD to our portfolio of waste haul retread products, which includes the Goodyear Endurance WHA retread, our complement retread product for the Goodyear Endurance WHA new waste haul tire.”
According to the company’s press release, the Goodyear Endurance WHD features a dual-layer tread compound for slow tread wear and low rolling resistance, a deep tread depth and self-cleaning grooves to help evacuate mud and snow.
“Tires represent a significant investment for waste haul fleets,” Lancy says. “Designed for excellent miles to removal and fuel efficiency and offering enhanced traction and other benefits, the new Goodyear Endurance WHD retread helps waste haul fleets optimize their tire assets.”
Waste haul tires can be retreaded at any authorized Goodyear retreader, including Goodyear Commercial Tire and Service Centers (CTSC) and independent Goodyear commercial tire dealers, the company says.
“Our CTSC retread centers and authorized retreaders have the experience and know-how to help waste haul fleets get the most out of their casings,” Lancy says. “We believe the new Endurance WHD retread will provide outstanding performance and low operating costs for waste haul fleets.”
Goodyear’s total solution package for waste haul fleets also includes emergency roadside service, which helps get waste haul trucks that have been immobilized by road hazards up and running.
“In addition to emergency road service and traditional waste haul tires and retread products, Goodyear also offers a number of off-the-road tires designed for equipment used at landfills, waste transfer stations, recycling centers and other facilities,” Lancy says.