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retread

1. another word for remould
2. a film, piece of music, etc. which is a superficially altered version of an earlier original
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However, retreading of the same tire consumes only 9 liters of oil, which is almost 34% of the new manufacturing process.
We have our own retreading plant in Oman for truck and bus tyres and off the road tyres (only one in Oman).
Dunlop has previously been supported by independent distribution and retreading partners in the Americas who distribute new tyres and retread the company's tyre casings for regional turboprops and jets.
Kenya is about to benefit from a new 20,000 square foot retreading plant set up by Nairobi-based Kingsway Tyres and newly opened this summer.
However, as per the local regulation, the Bandag facility will be retreading tyres, which are of 20 inch rim or above for commercial vehicles.
Zhang Gong Kai, Xie Lin Jun, Chen Yang Wei, Wang Qian Kun, Lin Xian Ze, Yang Xi Kun and Chen Sheng Feng have spent six months training at the company's new tyre manufacturing and retreading site in Erdington.
Once a tire does wear out, they can be sent for retreading or repair at Goodyear's retreading plant in North Bay.
A Memorandum of Understanding has been announced between Dunlop Aircraft Tyres, Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Company Limited (HAECO), and Taikoo (Xiamen) Aircraft Engineering Company Limited (TAECO) to establish a tyre retreading facility in Jinjiang, Fujian Province, China.
Yokohama will market its truck and bus tires and promote retreading throughout Europe in collaboration with Bandag's network of some 200 franchisees, which provide retreading services by Bandag's proprietary process and offer a full range of new truck and bus tires as well as tire management services.
H&O specializes in retreading logging and gravel truck tires, which often come in so scarred that larger shops won't touch them, Larsen says.
Remember a tire and retreading acquisition we told you about earlier this year?