Bridgestone’s breakdown response times helped the firm see off fierce competition to clinch a major deal with bakery chain Greggs. The contract will Bridgestone fit Greggs’ UK fleet with its premium tyres until 2020. It will also see Bridgestone’s Bandag retreading products used to prolong the fleet’s second stage tyre life. Bridgestone’s fleet business development manager Ian Davis (pictured left) said: “We can’t express how much this partnership means to us all. “Greggs is a household name and to be […]
At the CV Show 2014, contract hire and rental giant Ryder announced it was renewing a five year tyre supply contract with Bridgestone, covering most of its fleet of 25,000 vans, trucks and trailers. Ryder has exclusively used Bridgestone rubber for over 20 years, but 2014 was a watershed in the two companies’ relationship, which became a true partnership rather than just a long term supply agreement.
Tyre manufacturer Bridgestone assisted more than 35,000 stranded operators at the roadside in 2015 through its roadside assistance network.