Michelin Germany integrates Camso sales team under Reifenwerke


Camso Germany’s sales team has been integrated into Michelin Reifenwerke. The manufacturer of Camso and Solideal brand off-road tyres, wheels, tracks and chain systems is now under the umbrella of Michelin Off- and Highway Transportation (OHT). Michelin acquired the Canadian company in 2018.

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Camso AIR 561 Tyre Doubles Wear Life in Ground Support Equipment Applications

Camso’s Solideal AIR 561, has quickly found its way to some of the world’s busiest airports. This industrial pneumatic tyre was especially designed for ground support equipment (GSE) and landed a new OEM contract to supply these tyres to Charlatte Manutention, a leading manufacturer of battery powered airport equipment (baggage tractors, tow tractors, beltloaders, and […]

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Camso’s Solideal On-Site tire service is now contactless

During the global pandemic, Camso has adjusted its Solideal On-Site processes to ensure an efficient and smooth tire installation service through contactless on-site procedures for forklift tire replacement.

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Camso debuts solid telehandler tire for rental industry


MAGOG, Quebec — Camso Ltd. has introduced the TLH 592S, a solid tire for telehandlers that are leased to construction sites and other users.

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Camso unveils 2 Solideal non-marking forklift tires


MAGOG, Quebec — Camso Ltd. has introduced the Solideal PON 555 NM and PON 550 NM non-marking press-on forklift tires designed to increase energy efficiency and thermal performance.

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Camso, U.S. dealers team up to support pancreatic cancer nonprofit


MAGOG, Quebec — Industrial tire and track producer Camso Inc. teamed up with 24 of its dealer/distributors throughout the U.S. in August and September to raise funding for the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.

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Camso’s Sri Lankan facility marks three years without an accident


EKALA, Sri Lanka—Camso Group’s Ancillary Products Division reached a milestone of three consecutive years accident-free Aug. 23.

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Camso earns supplier awards from Toyota businesses


MAGOG, Quebec — Two Toyota Corp. companies active in the materials-handling sector have singled out industrial tire and track maker Camso Ltd. with top supplier awards.

Toyota Material Handling U.S.A. recognized Magog-based Camso with its Core Value Award: Respect for People, while Toyota Industries Corp. gave Camso its Global Contribution Award. Both entities are involved in the production of materials-handling equipment such as forklifts.

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Camso’s anti-static tire technology


This short animation from solid tire maker Camso highlights the static electricity hazards associated with non-marking forklift tires. Individuals driving forklifts equipped with these types of tires can receive static shocks of up to 50,000V, which is a real safety issue for companies.

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Camso expands NMAS line-up with resilient forklift tyre


It’s been a year since Camso launched the industry’s first non-marking anti-static (NMAS) forklift tyre, the Solideal PON 775 NMAS. The dominance of resilient tyres on UK and European forklift fleets means many in our part of the world are unable to use this press-on solution, but Camso has good news for these operators: It has now introduced a resilient NMAS forklift tyre, the Solideal RES Xtreme NMAS.

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