Browse our industry specific case studies that highlight how companies in the waste, demolition, scrap and construction sectors are enjoying productivity gains thanks to our SG Revolution super cushion solid tyres.
- Metals Recycling
- Dunn Bros is a leading metals recycling business for ferrous and non-ferrous metals. They have been delighted with the savings they’ve managed to achieve thanks to using SG Revolution tyres on their Volvo wheeled loaders at the Liverpool and Castle Bromwich plants.
- Download the Dunn Bros metals recycling case study here
- Community Waste and Recycling
- Amgen Cymru is the Local Authority Waste Disposal Company for the Rhonnda. A huge upturn in recycling by the local community was creating problems on site due to the punctures and damage sustained by the materials handling machines. By specifying SG Revolution tyres the council has pretty much eliminated machine downtime and has ramped up productivity as a result.
- Download the Amgen Cymru waste and recycling case study here
- Service Exchange
- The Ilkeston depot of Ward Recycling, one of the Midland's largest metal recycling centres, turned to ITWS to solve their perpetual tyre damage problems on the wheeled loaders. Since taking delivery of SG Revolution tyres they have signed up for the innovative service exchange scheme, which has led to even further operational savings.
- Download the Ward Recycling Service Exchange case study here
- PGC Demolition, based in Oldham, have specified two sets of SG Revolution tyres to work in the harsh environments of demolition works. These tyres are interchanged among their fleet of telescopic handlers to save time and money from puncture repairs and tyre damage.
- Download the PGC Case study here
- Sita is one of the UK’s leading waste and recycling companies with operations nationwide. They tried out SG Revolution Super Cushion Solid Tyres on their JCB wheeled loading shovel to eliminate the premature wear of standard pneumatic tyres and found a 58% increase in performance.
- Download the SITA case study here