Introducing Goodyear Belts

Introducing Goodyear Belts

The line, which launches today, will offer belts for both industrial and transportation markets.


Goodyear Belts, a licensee collaboration between Adventry and The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., has produced a line of power transmission belts targeting the demands of multiple markets globally. The line is being launched on Dec. 1 and will offer belts for both industrial and transportation markets.

“We are thrilled to collaborate with such an iconic brand as Goodyear,” said Tara Cevallos, CEO of Adventry. “Customers expect a great product and that is what we will deliver, along with our outstanding service. We truly strive to put the customer first in everything that we do.”


“We are honored to be part of the incredible Goodyear heritage as we forge new relationships and product innovations,” added entrepreneur Jorge Gomariz, chairman and founder of Adventry.

Goodyear Belts’ new line features broad application coverage that meets or exceeds OEM specifications, refined engineering and advanced manufacturing. Belt materials for both standard and specialty belts have been designed and tested to provide dependable and durable service. 

For more information, visit www.goodyearbelts.com.

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