Tyre fill specialist adds capacity

By Maria Hadlow28 January 2009

Zeus opens additional facilities.

Zeus opens additional facilities.

Having recently acquired the offices and buildings of Liebherr's Plant & Equipment Services Centre in Dortmund, Germany, tyre fill company, Zeus, has completed a full site refurbishment. The new facility is part of the company's global expansion strategy in large earthmoving, off-highway and general industrial tyre filling and puncture proofing solutions.

The facility adds an extra 7000 sq m of office, laboratory, manufacturing, distribution and servicing facilities to Zeus's existing plant plus additional staff.

Zeus's managing director, Martin Roesler said, "Securing this spacious additional operating capacity within such close proximity to our main manufacturing plant, has provided us with valuable expansion opportunities to grow and explore, new technologies, products and manufacturing processes, in our global drive to further improve the tyre market's current knowledge and appreciation of tyre flat proofing solutions, their benefits, applications and usage, including future development capabilities".

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