Marangoni honours the 50th anniversary of a key partner

October 12, 2018

ramoaMarangoni recently celebrated the 50th anniversary of Recauchutagem Ramôa, their major Portuguese client and member of the RINGTREAD network of retreaders.

The event was attended by more than 250 participants, including all 110 employees. Guests included Enrico Centi, Area Manager of Marangoni Retreading Systems, who awarded the company’s founder, Mr. Manuel Ramôa, with a commemorative plaque signed by Chairman Vittorio Marangoni.

“In a competitive, constantly evolving industry such as that of truck and bus tyres, it is only through excellence, commitment, and teamwork that we can maintain the competitive advantage of our companies, thereby creating value for the transport fleets,” Ramôamentions in his acceptance speech.

“Drawing on its experience, the support of a dedicated partner such as Marangoni and the quality of its materials for retreading, Recauchutagem Ramôa is now ready to take on new challenges and lay the foundations for further future development.”

The Portuguese company was established in August 1968, and has been in the tyre industry for 50 years, also dealing with TBR tyre retreading using Marangoni’s RINGTREAD system. In addition to opening nine sales outlets, the company has maintained this growth through various investments to further increase the quality of its retreaded tyres.

A recent investment in 2012, was the purchaseof a Marangoni Sfera 3000 inspection machine that uses shearography to ensure product integrity. In 2016, it incorporated a Marangoni Eagle 2500 automatic buffing machine into its production process.

Based in Braga, 60 km from the city of Porto, Recauchutagem Ramôa has been actively using the Blackline series, the ultra-performance range of RINGTREADs, for years.


ICIS-banner ad

Rubber Prices
(Last Updated: 22 April 2019)

Monthly The prices shown above do not include VAT @4% on purchase and expenses towards packing, transportation, warehousing  and other incidentals

Source: Latex India
Flag Counter


PRA Mar/Apr 2019 issue

Click here & browse