Goodyear expands network

The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company is expanding its Commercial Tire & Service Network with the opening of three Goodyear Commercial Tire & Service Centers.

The new centers – located in Dearborn, Mich., Montgomery, Ala., and Garland, Texas – underscore Goodyear’s commitment to supplying fleets with premium Goodyear truck tires, retreads and services, according to Paul Wanstreet, president of Goodyear Commercial Tire & Service Centers.

“These state-of-the-art centers are important pieces in our expanding Goodyear Commercial Tire & Service Network,” Wanstreet said. “They enable us to more effectively serve trucking operations, whether they are based in Dearborn, Montgomery or Garland, or are passing through.”

According to Goodyear, the new facilities offer the following products and services:

• New Goodyear, Dunlop and Kelly brand medium truck tires, including Goodyear’s new Fuel Max LHD G505D and Fuel Max LHS tires, with low rolling resistance fuel compounds to help trucking fleets save money by lowering their fuel consumption

• Goodyear retreads, including those that contain Goodyear’s spliceless UniCircle Technology

• Goodyear-Fleet HQ 24/7 Emergency Roadside Service

• Tire balancing services, and more

The Dearborn Goodyear Commercial Tire & Service Center spans 24,000 square feet, has two service bays and is located at 10421 Ford Road.

The 18,000-square-foot Montgomery location features four service bays and is located at 3001 Hayneville Road.

The Garland Goodyear Commercial Tire & Service Center spans 14,000 square feet, has two bays and is located at 2820 Market Street.

 “We look forward to continuing to provide the premium products and services that fleets have come to expect from Goodyear,” Wanstreet said.

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