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Michelin Commits to a Green Restart
In line with its ‘Everything Sustainable’ strategy, Michelin is planning a green economic restart for the post-Covid-19 period, in close collaboration with the foundation Solar Impulse and 11 other major players.
Vehicle Sales Plummet in April As COVID19 Decimates Market
The damage told by COVID19 was laid out in its gruesome detail as the Malaysian Automotive Association revealed vehicle sales and production in the country for April with passenger and commercial vehicles recording more than a 99% drop in sales.
BKT Unveil New Website
BKT has rolled out its new website with it having a new look and ready to act as a link between BKT and its users.
New Shell Helix Eco Fully Synthetic for Compact Cars
The new Shell Helix Eco, with its lower viscosity, can help lower fuel consumption and ensure a smoother ride.
Frequently Asked Questions about Brake Pads
FMP Automotive Malaysia is aware of the frequent questions that customers ask about brake pads and decided to share its expertise in these areas.
Petlas Tire Continues to Strive for Quality
PTS Marketing became the sole distributor of Petlas tyres in Malaysia since 2014.
Goodyear Announces First Quarter Results for Asia Pacific
Goodyear has announced it's first quarter results for Asia Pacific with 2020 sales decreasing by 23% to $0.4 billion, primarily due to lower volume.
BKT Launch New LIFTMAX LM 63
BKT has now launched its the new LIFTMAX LM 63 tyre, which has been designed to fit tractors for industrial and logistical use. The product has been developed to be used at ports and airports.
Nokian Tyres Becomes First Tyre Company to Have Greenhouse Gas Reduction Targets Approved
Nokian Tyres has become the first tyre company to have its emissions reduction targets approved by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi).