Roadone CA10 and HF21 tyres are suitable for trucks and buses, as well as new energy vehicle.
Hixih Group Strives to Reduce Carbon Footprint
As the impact of climate change worsens, many tyre manufacturers have shown initiative in developing new technologies and products to address the climate change challenges. Hixih Group, the producer of Roadone tyres is amongst the manufacturers taking strides to address climate changes questions as part of its environmental awareness in reducing carbon footprint.
In 2020, Kitar Teliti Group Sales Manager Goh Chee Shing said that the Paris Agreement sets out a global framework to avoid dangerous climate change by limiting global warming to well below 2°C and pursuing efforts to limit it to 1.5°C. It also aims to strengthen countries’ ability to deal with the impacts of climate change and support them in their efforts.
Major countries followed the climate change framework established by the United Nations to set their carbon peak and neutrality action plans whilst optimising their industrial and energy structure. Countries also developed new energy sources as a result of the findings. Based on these changes, the global automobile product form, transportation mode, energy consumption structure and social operation has undergone profound changes.
“The energy automobile industry achieving energy conservation and lower emissions will become a new trend. Buses, we believe will be a quicker, more popular commercial option than other styles of new energy vehicles. Hixih Group’s own brand, Roadone, is the Group’s response to the United Nations climate change framework. Based on the concept of ‘Green Manufacturing Escorting Low Carbon Travel’, the Group has successfully developed energy-saving, environmentally friendly, highly safe and quality radial truck and bus (TBR) tyres. The result – CA10 and HF21 tyres are suitable for trucks and buses, as well as new energy vehicles…..”
Are you enjoying reading this article. Click here to read more…
2020 年，启达集团（Kitar Teliti Group）销售经理吴世胜表示，《巴黎协定》制定了一个全球基本框架，提出将全球平均气温较工业化前水平升高幅度控制在2摄氏度之内，并为把升温控制在1.5摄氏度之内而努力。