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GRI showcases its Construction and Material Handling Tires at Automechanika 2019

GRI is proud to showcase its latest product range of Specialty Tires for the 10th consecutive year at Automechanika in Dubai from the 10th to 12th June 2019 at Stand No: S1-G33.


Automechanika will stage the setting for GRI’s latest Construction Tires, the GRIP EX GT222 and LT100. GRI will also showcase its latest Material Handling tires including the LIFT EX Pneumatic tire, GLOBESTAR WT, ULTIMATE XT, PEAKMASTER, along with XPT SS the company’s Premium Plus Skid Steer Tire. These technologically advanced tires provide longer running hours, extensive tire life and superior performance.

GRI’s GRIPEX GT222 is a sturdy and robust tire for the drive wheel of OTR equipment, its strong casing provides extraordinary resistance to impacts and shocks in heavy-duty operations. The tire is made of a special tread compound, which provides high resistance against wear and cuts.

The LIFT EX is engineered for universal use on forklift trucks and other industrial vehicles. These tires have a large footprint and a tread that assures optimal traction under every condition.

The XPT SS premium plus tire is developed for demanding use on skid-steer loaders. The XPT SS is built with advanced cut and chip resistance natural rubber compound offering maximum tire life. Its excellent lug-to-void ratio provides great traction in both hard and soft surfaces.

Having built a strong reputation in the Industrial tire business over 17 years, GRI embarked to produce a compelling range of Agriculture and Construction tires in Sri Lanka. GRI built a new factory, with some of the best tire building machines and started production in April 2018. By January 2019 GRI successfully released over 100 new products. In addition to the sizeable product portfolio available, the assured performance and exceptional value of GRIs specialty tire range has been highly commended by end users.  Customers further derive an advantage in selling a new product line from a new country of origin – Sri Lanka.

Source: GRI