Global Rubber Industries (GRI) is one of the leading manufacturers of solid rubber industrial tyres and is headquartered in Sri Lanka. Since 2002 GRI has been supplying tyres both as original equipment and to the replacement market in more than 50 countries worldwide. The tyres from Global Rubber Industries are produced from high-quality mixtures of natural rubber. Sri Lanka is the biggest producer worldwide of solid rubber tyres, with a market share of around 60%. In the plant in Sri Lanka tyres are produced for the world market using modern production procedures in compliance with the most stringent quality requirements.
GRI has been certified to ISO 9001:2008.
The tyres have proven their worth in a wide variety of usage situations: the paper industry, the construction materials trade, logistics for beverages and automotive suppliers. Technicians from Global Rubber Industries are regularly on site to monitor the performance of the product in actual practice. The aim is the continuous further development of the products for the European market.
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The choice of tyres for industrial trucks has been especially finely matched and the gross yield of goods optimised with the three brands ULTMATE XT, PEAKMASTER and GLOBE STAR.
We can offer non-marking tyres at an especially attractive price-performance ratio.
The new EU tyre label helps consumers to decide in favour of a higher fuel efficiency class for their tyres. This can contribute to large reductions in running costs and emissions. Enhanced wet grip means greater road safety, and details of external rolling noise contributes to a reduction in traffic noise levels.
The actual fuel savings and road safety depend heavily on the behaviour of drivers, and in particular on the following:
Less rolling noise saves fuel and cuts CO2. This property is assigned to classes A to E.
Wet grip is assigned to classes A to E. Wet grip is crucial to safe driving. For instance, the difference between class A and class E braking distances is 18 m.
The label presents the volume in dB and the class A (quieter), B, or C (louder). The noise emitted by tyres affects the total noise levels emitted by the vehicle.
The snowflake symbol confirms that the snow tested tyre keeps within the 3PMSF limits (type approval).