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Camso acquires Eurowheel in a transaction that expands its wheel manufacturing capacity and tire service business in Europe

Camso, formerly Camoplast Solideal, has announced a strengthened service offering in Europe and increase in wheel manufacturing capacity with the acquisition of Eurowheel, a long-time supplier of tire presses and small runs of wheels. Located in Herenthout, Belgium, Eurowheel is an established manufacturer of wheels, presses and tools for European distributors as well as OEMs across Europe.

Camso inaugurates best-in-class solid tire manufacturing facility in Vietnam

Camso, formerly Camoplast Solideal, the Canadian-based specialist in the manufacture of off-road tires and rubber tracks, has inaugurated a new manufacturing facility in Vietnam to gain leadership position in the Asian material handling market. Camso covers all forklift / material handling niches, and says they have the most complete portfolio of tire products in the market. “This new facility is a commitment to being the best partner for our OEM and aftermarket customers of the Asian market, and an investment to grow our leadership position in the material handling sector,” says Jean-François Ferland, Vice President and General Manager of Material Handling at Camso.

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Camoplast Solideal Changes Name to Camso

Magog-based company Camoplast Solideal has been renamed Camso. Following a transition period, this name will also become the master brand for its off-the-road tires, tracks, and track systems. For the company, Camso represents the best of Camoplast and Solideal.

Buying machine tires: where rubber meets the bottom line

Tire replacement is the largest single operating expense for skid steer fleets, and a significant maintenance cost for most of the mobile equipment in scrap yards, transfer stations and recycling facilities. Putting new rubber on skid steer loaders, telehandlers and forklifts can be expensive – and even more so for larger machines such as wheel loaders and wheeled excavators and material handlers.