Tyreline is now the exclusive distributor of Michelin Agriculture tyres!
Michelin Agriculture Tyres are providing solutions in a wide range of farming and agro-industrial applications throughout the world.
One of the main characteristics of the agricultural industry is diversity: land, crops, men, machines, cultivation methods and climate. Designed for all applications and machines, Michelin has developed Michelin Agriculture products.
Looking for productivity, respect for the agronomic potential of the soil as well as a long service life? Michelin tractor tyres can deliver these features and benefits for you.
Michelin satisfies the requirements of its customers with harvester products that must be able to operate in all topographical and meteorological conditions.
Trailer tyres are subject to hard use and must offer total satisfaction on roads and in fields, Michelin agricultural trailer tyres meet farmers’ requirements.
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MICHELIN ULTRA FLEX TECHNOLOGY – TURN YOUR WHEELINGS INTO HEALTHY SEEDLINGS
MICHELIN IS THE MARKET INNOVATOR AND LEADER IN ULTRAFLEX (IF/VF) TECHNOLOGY
Celebrating over a decade of low-pressure tyres offering productivity gains and soil protection at every stage of the crop cycle.
How can we best feed the planet when the population is rising and arable land is becoming scarce?
It was with this question in mind that the Michelin Group, whose corporate signature is “a better way forward”, developed a breakthrough mobility innovation that would make farm machinery more efficient.
MICHELIN ULTRAFLEX TECHNOLOGY RANGE
Soil fertility needs to be optimised in order to boost farm productivity, which is why it is so important to avoid compacting the soil. At least 45% of the surface area of a field of grain is traversed by farm machinery in a given year.
This is why the Michelin Group has mobilised all of its technology in support of the farmers, giving them access to a comprehensive range of low-pressure tyres that cover all of their needs from the beginning to the end of the crop cycle.