Petro Lube gets Yokohama tires

Nov. 1, 2004
All franchise locations of Petro Lube will now carry Yokohama truck tires, according to an announcement from the Commercial Tire Division of Yokohama Tire Corp. Corporate Petro locations have carried the Yokohama line for several years. The expansion of availability was based on numerous requests for their product from some of our existing large fleet fuel customers, says David Latimer, Petro vp.

All franchise locations of Petro Lube will now carry Yokohama truck tires, according to an announcement from the Commercial Tire Division of Yokohama Tire Corp. Corporate Petro locations have carried the Yokohama line for several years. The expansion of availability was based on “numerous requests for their product from some of our existing large fleet fuel customers,” says David Latimer, Petro vp. “We have been pleasantly surprised at that volume and really happy with the acceptance from many other owner-operator customers.”

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