CEAT Specialty Tyres Webinar - 23rd July 7:30pm - Emerging Agri Tyre Trends

CEAT Specialty

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Date: Thursday 23rd July 2020

Time: 7:30 PM to 8:30 PM UK Time

We invite you to a webinar, about emerging trends in agricultural equipment and tyres in the UK and Ireland. The webinar will be hosted by CEAT Specialty’s Head for the UK and Ireland region, Mr. Jonathan Mcluckie and will also be featuring :-

  • Mr. Dyutimaan Chatterjee, CEAT Specialty’s Head of R&D and Technology speaking about emerging agriculture equipment and tyre trends
  • Address from our partners: Mr. Gordon Hamilton from Nordic Tyres, Mr. James Barfoot from JB Tyres and Mr. Ed Byrne from Lusk Tyres
  • Live Q&A with viewers

Register for the event here:

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For more information about CEAT Specialty please visit https://www.ceatspecialty.com/uk/
 
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CEAT Specialty

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If you have any questions prior to the event tomorrow evening then you can ask them on here for any of the presenters:

Dyutimaan from CEAT Tyres
Gordon from Nordic Tyres
James from JB Tyres in Northern Ireland
Ed from Lusk Tyres in Ireland
 

mo!

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Location
York
If you have any questions prior to the event tomorrow evening then you can ask them on here for any of the presenters:

Dyutimaan from CEAT Tyres
Gordon from Nordic Tyres
James from JB Tyres in Northern Ireland
Ed from Lusk Tyres in Ireland
I've got two. How do you set your tyres without a weigh bridge?

How should I set tyres for a a mounted powerharrow drill combination. Up, down, full, half full, front press up or down?
 

Chris F

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Location
Hammerwich
The last time I registered for webinar I
was asked for credit card details so I will give it a miss
We have set this one up @startinghandle I can guarantee you won't be asked for anything like like. In fact its so easy I can register you myself if you would like? Our aim is to have one-click join in the future, so you don;t enter any details at all.
 
We have set this one up @startinghandle I can guarantee you won't be asked for anything like like. In fact its so easy I can register you myself if you would like? Our aim is to have one-click join in the future, so you don;t enter any details at all.
Thanks for reply
Although I am always interested in learning what's new the only tractor tyres i will need from now on are
10x28 fitted to my 9n and 11x28 fitted to my dexta , both tractors will be used for road runs and pottering about , I doubt very much ceat will be
able to supply these sizes
Regards
 

Chris F

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Media
Location
Hammerwich
I've got two. How do you set your tyres without a weigh bridge?

How should I set tyres for a a mounted powerharrow drill combination. Up, down, full, half full, front press up or down?
Thanks @mo! Those questions will be put to the team in the Q and A session at the end of the webinar from 20:05 to 20:30 approximately.
 
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mo!

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Location
York
Waste of an hour. Naff all information given, all about sales, but wouldn't give an answer on price. My question on setting the tyres up for mounted equipment was ignored and the weigh bridge question answer was a joke. The point is that farmers don't know the load! You might spend 5 grand on a set and then use "3 lugs on the ground". Ridiculous.

The guy from Nordic has so much confidence in the product that he hasn't even put a link to their website on his.
 

john432

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Location
Carmarthenshire
They will only sell through the trade! If they really wanted to sell in great volume they should sell direct to the customer , cut out all unnecessary parasites. Plenty of us farmers/ contractors are well experienced in fitting our own tyres. Margins are tight in agriculture.
 

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