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RONAL GROUP Presents Various New Products at The Tire Cologne

The Swiss RONAL GROUP, one of the most important manufacturers of alloy wheels for passenger cars and commercial vehicles, will be represented for the second time at The Tire Cologne trade fair from May 24 to May 26, 2022, at stand B-028/C-029 in hall 7.1. In its exhibition area, the company will present the latest products of the RONAL, SPEEDLINE CORSE and SPEEDLINE TRUCK brands.

 The stand will focus on the topic of sustainability, which the RONAL GROUP has been pursuing for years in accordance with its PLANBLUE concept and the associated fields of action “Our People”, “Our Business” and “Our World”. As a token of this expertise, the spotlight will be placed on the carbon-neutral RONAL R70-blue, which is made from mostly recycled aluminum. Visitors can learn in detail about the cradle-to-cradle approach that the RONAL GROUP has taken for this wheel and the recycling of resources, especially the raw material aluminum.

From the passenger car wheel segment, the company will present three innovations: the all new RONAL R71 design for SUVs in two different surface finishes, the cult RONAL R10 TURBO design with its radial spokes and cast-in lettering in the new Copper matt-front diamond cut finish and the sustainably produced RONAL R70-blue in the new Jetblack-white tail variant in black with white tails on the wheel flange.

Another area at the stand provides information on the large camper and caravan range of aluminum wheels for motorhomes, caravans, vans and pickups with cabins and cabin trailers, which is continuously being expanded. At “The Tire Cologne”, the RONAL GROUP will present two new wheels for camper, caravan and trailer needs: the CA1 and the CA2.

From the commercial vehicle sector, the company will showcase SPEEDLINE TRUCK wheels with design ventilation holes in Diamond (high-gloss polish) and Mirror (mirror finish) surface finishes.

For more information:
www.ronal-wheels.com

www.speedline-truck.com

www.ronalgroup.com

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