Bohnenkamp presented truck tyre range at the Truck Grand Prix

Last weekend, the Truck Grand Prix attracted the international truck fan scene to the Nürburgring. At the world-famous race track, Bohnenkamp AG also presented a current truck tread selection for logistics companies, freight forwarders and construction companies. The team of the tyre wholesaler on site was pleased about numerous satisfied visitors and an interested professional audience.

Sailun, Windpower, Semperit, Nokian, Mirage, Kenda, Deli, Boka Trailer and - now brand new - Covex are the names of the current brands from the Bohnenkamp range for Truck & Transport, with which Europe's leading wholesaler for commercial vehicle tyres keeps trucks of all types safely on track in every operational scenario. From 13 -16 July 2023, visitors to the Truck Grand Prix at the Nürburgring were able to get a personal impression of the treads and products of the renowned manufacturers. Here, the large "Bohnenkamp Truck & Transport Lounge" directly located at the race track invited interested guests to exchange ideas with Bohnenkamp experts.

The tread selection for the Truck Grand Prix

Bohnenkamp once again presented proven, first-class brands with their innovative tyre solutions that combine the highest quality and performance. The Windpower brand was represented at the Bohnenkamp booth with the SR80, DR85, TR88 and TL98 treads of the Pro series, which was developed from scratch, as well as the WDC 53 tread. From the Sailun range, Bohnenkamp brought the SFR1, the STL1, the Cityconvoy, the SAR1, the S913A and the Commercio 4 Seasons to the TGP. In addition, the MR-700 from the truck brand Mirage and the MSV01 from the manufacturer MAXAM were also present at the mega truck event.

Bohnenkamp presented a real novelty in the field of rims. For the first time, Bohnenkamp showed the steel rims of the Covex brand, which the wholesaler has had in its product range since spring as an excellent price-performance brand.

Parallel to the extensive exhibition of tyres and wheels, the truck fans present could try their luck on two wheels of fortune with large and small prizes in the large action area and go home with great prizes on Sunday evening.

Exhibitor draws positive conclusion of this year's TGP

"It was a really good event, our visitors had a lot of fun and were satisfied all around - a complete success despite the changeable weather," underlined Mark Sobiech, Key Account Manager Truck & Transport at Bohnenkamp, at the end of an eventful weekend. In addition to the colorful crowds of visitors, many important trade partners from the truck business had also traveled to Nürburg for the Truck Grand Prix, and so Mark Sobiech was also able to draw a positive conclusion from a sales perspective: "We can look back on numerous promising meetings and a good exchange with the trade audience away from the event action in our lounge."