Jinyu YH11 Passenger tyres-A great quality tyre at an affordable price

Jinyu YH11 Passenger tyres

Jinyu YH11 Passenger tyres-For those who have never heard of Jinyu tyres, I have decided to introduce them in my blog.

Jinyu YH11 Passenger tyres

Jinyu YH11 Passenger tyres

Like many other tyres manufacturing companies the JINYU Tyre Group Co started to produce tyres in 1995.

The 1990’s saw a huge revolution in the tyre manufacturing sector. Because, this coincided with the opening up of cheaper manufacturing in China. With  the automation of the tyre manufacturing sector. Many of the leading tyre companies, started to open up factories in China. Making it the largest tyre making nation in the world.

New tyre companies soon sprung up. With the Chinese government spending billions to become the largest manufacturing base in a short period of time. This included Jinyu. Who with assets of 4 billion RMB, began producing tyre products in its ultra-modern tyre factory.

Like millions of other products produced in China.  Jinyu YH11 Passenger tyres were produced and exported all around the globe. Including here in the UK. In fact, Jinyu produces tyres that are exported to over 100 countries, making over 3 million passenger tyres a year.

Jinyu YH11 Passenger tyres

Unlike many other tyres produced in China the Jinyu tyres have won many acclaimed certifications for their quality. Unlike other tyre companies. Jinyu has made promises to honour their distribution system and will not offer their tyre products to others. Because, if there is a distributor already established in the country that they export to.

In the UK, the Jinyu YH11 Passenger tyres are imported by Bonds of Pocklington. Consequently, Bonds are now establishing a network of Jinyu dealers across the UK.

Finally, we have had very good results, including the winter tyre range. Because, Eric Roberts says, “Jinyu YH11 Passenger tyres are a great tyre and the product fits in with our new portfolio of brands, including the newly acquired General tyre franchise for the Halifax area”.

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