Giorgio Gramegna (at right) is director for Europe and Simon Michael is director for MEA & South America.
The new facility will enable GRI to provide services to a wider geographical area in Spain.
GRI tires will now incorporate the DOT code emboss on its side walls.
The acquisition marks GRI’s fifth global acquisition in five years.
Connor will oversee the sales, marketing, operations and customer service efforts in North America.
The GREEN XLR EARTH 65+ is produced with 37.5% sustainable materials.
The new location in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, provides ease of access to GRI’s growing U.S. customer base.
A $100 million USD total investment is planned to enhance GRI’s advanced agriculture tire production capacity.
GRI says the awards reflect the high quality standards the company adheres to in its continued pursuit for excellence.
GRI won the Silver Award in the Rubber Tires and Accessories Sector from the National Chamber of Exporters of Sri Lanka.
GRI now services material handling, agriculture, and OEM customers throughout the Balics region.
The company was recognized as the Best Exporter in 2019-20 and 2020-21 by the Export Development Board (EDB) of Sri Lanka.