Malaga, Austria, July 22, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Although we’ve all been hit with the largest recession in 80 years, one company continues to defy the market by fulfilling tyre orders where clients’ normal suppliers cannot. ADG Global Supply can now offer certain tyres at the same price as purchasing direct from the major OEMs – in some instances, they have actually supplied tyres cheaper.
ADG Global Supply has benefited from selling reputable tyres (mainly radial) from manufacturers like Goodyear, Michelin and Bridgestone, rather than the route of offering Chinese-manufactured Bias tyres. The bias tyre market has dropped considerably with end user mines able to purchase radial tyres at much lower prices and back in line with normal prices, removing the need to take a risk purchasing tyres of unknown brands.
A strong competitive advantage for ADG Global Supply is their ability to source all size tyres from around the globe and deliver them to any site, anywhere. Indeed, ADG has taken the initiative of keeping stocks high at their three Australian warehouses in Perth, Brisbane and Melbourne to ensure clients don’t experience any shortfalls in current and future requirements.
Reduced activity in the mining market has resulted in a sudden glut of some sizes (up to 25” radials) but certain sizes will remain in short supply. ADG is able to offer 2700R49, 45/65R45, 57" and 63" in constant stock – and at far more competitive prices with their ability to purchase better being passed onto the client.
The large diameter tyre shortage is not as severe as it was, but evidence is there to support the fact that mines are using up surplus stock they had and are now on the lookout again for additional tyres to fill their quotas. ADG Global Supply is the key supplier to turn to. They can offer tyres at the most competitive pricing in years and payment terms to suit.
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