Giti at the CV Show – Stand 4G60

Giti at the CV Show – Stand 4G60

The Giti GTL925 high cube trailer pattern in sizes 445 and 45R19.5 will make its event debut at CV Show this year, where the global manufacturer will also unveil an exclusive tyre for a whole new application.

The Giti GTL925 allows high cube trailer fleets to maximise a vehicle’s inside loading volume of up to three meters height, while still respecting the total vehicle height of four meters allowed across Europe.

Available also in 435/50R19.5, both tyres carry a load index of 160 and speed index J and are M&S marked to indicate superior all-season traction and braking properties. A seven-rib tread pattern ensures regular wear, while optimised rolling resistance achieves a B label rating, confirming good fuel economy.

In total over 20 Giti tyres will be on display, with the stand split into seven core areas comprising combi-road, long haul, regional, mixed service, urban and winter. The seventh application will be revealed on day one of the show.

In 2016 it was announced that the Giti name will replace GT Radial in the truck and bus segment to create a singular global platform and streamline product development. The tyres sit at the top of the mid-tier segment with extensive value-added service and R&D support.

Tony McHugh, TBR Sales and Marketing Director UK at Giti Tire, said: “The CV Show 2018 promises to be an exceptional event for the UK operation, where over the last 12 months the Giti name has become readily accepted and hugely respected by fleets throughout the country.

“The GTL925 itself has become one of our premium sellers, and by giving it prominence on the stand it will be introduced to many potential users who will also have the opportunity to witness first-hand our exciting product range, exceptional customer support and value-added services.

“Concluding it is no exaggeration to state that we are extremely excited by our new application, it really is a tyre that will take the business and our credibility to a whole new dimension.”

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