WAKEFIELD, Mass., April 6, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Driven by the rise of raw materials costs at the beginning of 2017, Trelleborg Wheel Systems announces an average 7 percent price increase on all of its industrial and construction products in the USA. Effective from May 1st 2017.
Trelleborg reports that raw materials have undergone a price increase of approximately 50 percent, compared to the average price in 2016.
For more information or high resolution pictures, please contact:
James Pick, Marketing Communications Director
Telephone: +44 7810 157050
Mail: [email protected]
For press releases from the whole of Trelleborg Group, visit the Trelleborg Media Center at www.trelleborg.com/en/media. The Products and Solutions section allows you to select news by industry.
Trelleborg Wheel Systems is a leading global supplier of tires and complete wheels for agricultural and forestry machines, materials handling, construction vehicles, motorcycles, bicycle and other specialty segments. It offers highly specialized solutions to create added value for customers and is partner of the leading Original Equipment Manufacturers. Its manufacturing facilities are located in Italy, Latvia, Brazil, Czech Republic, Serbia, Slovenia, China, Sri Lanka, Sweden and U.S. www.trelleborg.com/wheels.
Trelleborg is a world leader in engineered polymer solutions that seal, damp and protect critical applications in demanding environments. Its innovative solutions accelerate performance for customers in a sustainable way. The Trelleborg Group has annual sales of SEK 31 billion (EUR 3.23 billion, USD 3.60 billion) and operations in about 50 countries. The Group comprises five business areas: Trelleborg Coated Systems, Trelleborg Industrial Solutions, Trelleborg Offshore & Construction, Trelleborg Sealing Solutions and Trelleborg Wheel Systems, and the operations of Rubena and Savatech. The Trelleborg share has been listed on the Stock Exchange since 1964 and is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm, Large Cap. www.trelleborg.com.
SOURCE Trelleborg Wheel Systems