• Almost 80% of aviation companies in the world use retreaded tyres.
  • Offroad, heavy-duty vehicles use retreaded tyres.
  • Car fleets and delivery vehicles use retreaded tyres.
  • Taxis, racing cars, and industrial vehicles use retreaded tyres.
  • They are used daily by light motor vehicles.


  • Retreaded tyres have the same mileage as the new tyres, but at a lower price.
  • The cost of retreaded tyres can be 5-15% less than the cost of the leading new tyres. It means saving millions of euros for consumers and car fleets every year.
  • Retreaded tyres are available with all kinds of premium tread patterns, including year-round and long-distance ones.
  • Retreading helps to reduce the problem of disposal considerably. Retreading is actually processing
  • Saving energy. Retreading can help to save hundreds of millions of gallons of oil per year.
  • Retreaded tyres usually have a warranty that can be compared with a new tyre warranty or be even more extensive than that.
  • Retreaded tyres are also environmentally-friendly. Mainly tyres are petrochemical products. For making one new tyre for a lorry 22 gallons of oil is required. Most part of oil is in the body which can be used repeatedly in the process of tyre retreading. In the result, in the process of retreading of a truck tyre only 7 gallons of oil is required.
  • At present, tyre retreading is done in accordance with the European regulations, and all of the tyres must be licensed.
  • A retreaded tyre is a safe product with a good ration of price and quality, manufactured in accordance with strict requirements for quality.