OTR tyre maker says its new premises in Waalwijk, Netherlands, with a 54,000sqm warehouse will enable it to serve global customer requirements better
Off-the-road tyre maker Magna Tyres has announced that it has moved into its new headquarters complex in the town of Waalwijk in the Netherlands.
The move, effective from today, comes on the back of the Dutch multinational’s “continuous growth and rapidly increasing brand presence in the global tyre industry in recent decades”, said a statement from Magna Tyres.
“As of March 23, 2020, we will be operational from our new head office at Haven 8 in Waalwijk, Netherlands. Due to the Magna Tyres Group’s (growth), the current office including warehouse is no longer sufficient to serve the worldwide customer base with the top-class service they require,” added the statement from the company.
The new space both increases the office footprint and supports the company’s growth strategy. In addition, the new facility has a warehouse of over 54,000sqm to maintain a larger stock, which will result in even better availability of Magna tyres and even faster delivery to fulfil customers’ tyre requirements worldwide, said the manufacturer.
“More than anything, this move represents our continued commitment to serving our clients. Our business, including website, email, and telephones, will be fully operational during the moving process and you will not experience any changes or delays in service, production, or shipping during that time,” Magna Tyres added.
Magna Tyres is among the well-known OTR tyre suppliers in the Middle East region for earthmoving, cranes and other equipment, both as original equipment and after-market fitment.