ETRMA members’ tyre sales 2017: overall stability with the exception of the agro segment

February 1, 2018

The European Tyre and Rubber Manufacturers’ Association has published its members’ sales for the year 2017 and the last quarter of 2017.

Overall, the performance of the industry is generally stable with the exception of the agricultural tyre sales, which performed badly for the fourth year in a row. As far as the last quarter of 2017 is concerned, only consumer tyres showed a positive variation.

Consumer tyres – with a small decline in the replacement market and a small increase in the original equipment market, the consumer tyre sales from ETRMA Members remain generally stable. With regard to the mix between winter and summer tyres, it is interesting to note the slight increase of sales in winter tyres despite a generally mild winter so far.

ETRMA-1For the truck tyre replacement segment, there was no variation in sales by ETRMA Members, despite quite a negative final quarter.


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