Toyo to increase cost of its commercial tire lines

Jan. 1, 2020
Effective May 1, Toyo is raising prices on all of its commercial tires by up to 15 percent with in-line adjustments.
Effective May 1, Toyo is raising prices on all of its commercial tires by up to 15 percent with in-line adjustments.

“Due to the steep increase in the costs of raw materials affecting our industry, we must reluctantly raise prices of our product,” says John Hagan, senior sales director. “We appreciate the continued support and understanding of our dealers as we remain committed to providing the highest quality products.”

For more information, visit www.toyotires.com.

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