Marangoni welcomes Froesel Tire to retread network

Marangoni Tread North America announced that Froesel Tire in St. Louis, MO, is now a member of the Marangoni Tread North America family of independent retreaders and will be offering Marangoni’s signature brand Ringtread (The Splice-Less Retread) to the greater St. Louis area.

Daniel Mitchell owner of Froesel Tire said, “We are truly excited about the opportunity to represent Ringtread because, it is a premium quality, double contoured, Splice-Less, American made precured tread that will provide our customers with the best retread experience. The level of service and support we received from Marangoni during our transition not only exceeded our expectations, it also surpassed what we have ever received from any supplier.”

Froesel Tire was established in 1937 by Daniel Froesel. In 1964, Daniel's oldest son Ron took over as owner and president. After serving in the Army in Vietnam, Ron's younger brother Gerard joined Froesel Tire as a partner in 1969. In 2007, Daniel Mitchell, a 39-year employee and nephew of Daniel Froesel acquired the company. William Mitchell, son of Daniel Mitchell, is also a minority owner and represents the fourth generation in the Froesel Tire organization.

Froesel Tire services include; commercial new and retread tires, service & repair, 24/7 expedited road service, fleet inspections, earth mover & mining tire service and a complete modern retread plant with a capacity of more than 33,000 retreads per year.

Bill Sweatman, president of Marangoni Tread N.A., said: “We at Marangoni Tread North America are pleased to welcome Froesel Tire to our retreader network. Froesel Tire has a great reputation of servicing their customers with the highest standard of quality and service. We are particularly happy to have Froesel Tire covering the greater St. Louis market for Marangoni.”

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