Maxxis ‘Accelerate’ dealer program ties into larger growth strategy

SUWANEE, Ga. — Maxxis Tire International – USA has launched a dealer marketing program called Accelerate that company executives see as a critical first step in the company’s plans for expanding its automotive-related business in North America.

Maxxis, the No. 9 tire maker worldwide in 2017 with a markedly lower market presence in North America, sees building the size of its customer base as critical before committing to some other building blocks, according to Chris Jenkins, programs manager – automotive division, for Suwanee-based Maxxis USA.

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Maxxis USA opening warehouse in central Indiana

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LEBANON, Ind. — Maxxis International – USA is planning to open a 350,000-sq.-ft. distribution center in August in Lebanon, about 25 miles northwest of Indianapolis.

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Maxxis launches nationwide MX-ST campaign

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Retail customers and dealers will both benefit from a new nationwide campaign that Maxxis is launching for its new Maxxcross MX-ST tyre. MX-ST buyers have the chance to win an all-expenses-paid trip to the MXGP of Italy at Imola on 18 August.

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Maxxis Tires unveils ‘Accelerate Associate Dealer Program’ for tire dealers

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Maxxis Tires unveils ‘Accelerate Associate Dealer Program’ for tire dealers to gain competitive advantage and accelerate profits.

Maxxis’ Accelerate program allows enrolled dealers to earn perks including payouts based on units purchased, quarterly bonuses, and yearly VIP rewards. Dealers benefit even more through access to Maxxis’ marketing tools, which include promotional items, point-of-sale materials, and monthly and quarterly retail promotions.

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New passenger car tire offering from Maxxis

Maxxis is celebrating the successful launch of two new passenger car tire lines in 2018.

“Last year was a great year for everyone involved at Maxxis, particularly in the car tire segment where we launched our high-performance sports tire the Victra Sport 5,” said managing director Derek McMartin.

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Michelin Dominates the Conversation Among Automotive Influencers

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In 2017 the brand that had the overwhelming share the tire conversation was Michelin with a convincing 20.15 percent of the discussion. In second was Nitto Tires with roughly half that at 11.97 percent of the conversation. The third most discussed brand at 10.76 was BFGoodrich, edging out Goodyear at 9.2 percent. Rounding out the top five is Pirelli at 8.06 percent of the conversation.

 

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Maxxis launches premium tier/OE-orientated Victra Sport 5 at Tire Cologne

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Maxxis hosted a large, professional stand with plenty of information about different products at Tire Cologne. However, the headline news was the launch of the Victra Sport 5 at a well-attended press conference during the course of show week.

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Goodyear ‘honoured’ by GM supplier award

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The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company has commented on its selection as a GM Supplier of the Year by General Motors during its 26th annual Supplier of the Year awards ceremony on 20 April.

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Bibendum Builds Momentum As Michelin Becomes World’s Most Valuable Tire Brand

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Michelin has become the world’s most valuable tire brand following 30 percent brand value growth to $7.9 billion over the past year according to the latest Brand Finance report. It overtook Bridgestone (down 6 percent to $7 billion), which slipped from first to second place in the annual Brand Finance Tyres 10 ranking.

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Maxxis signals India ambitions with first tire plant

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NEW DELHI (NewsRise) — Four years after it entered India, Taiwan’s Maxxis launched its first tire manufacturing plant in the country, intensifying competition in the red-hot two-wheeler market.

Maxxis, a unit of Taipei-listed Cheng Shin Rubber Industry, will initially produce tires for scooters and motorcycles at the $400-million factory in Sanand, a fast-developing auto hub in the western Indian state of Gujarat.

The plant can produce up to 20,000 tires and 40,000 tubes per day, the company said in a statement Thursday.

Read the source article at Nikkei Asian Review