TyreSafe is ‘IT’ for CAM Systems

Tyre management software provider CAM Systems is joining TyreSafe as its latest member to help further reduce the number of tyre related road deaths and accidents.

As a supporter, CAM Systems will assist TyreSafe in a wide range of campaigns aimed at raising the awareness of correct tyre maintenance.

CAM’s decision to join is further evidence of the diversity of TyreSafe supporters, ranging from car and tyre manufacturers, retailers, emergency services and public sector organisations – in fact, just about anyone with an interest in road safety or related to the car industry.

“It’s fantastic news to welcome CAM Systems to the ever expanding TyreSafe family. With a trusted and high public profile within the industry, it will be an important addition to the organisation and will add extra weight to our vital work,” said Stuart Jackson, chairman, TyreSafe.

CAM Systems is one of the UK’s leading data and software suppliers to the tyre industry. Its products and services are used by more than 4,300 individual users in the UK and RoI.

CAM Systems is the architect of the “Online Tyre Catalogue” which houses nearly 65,000 articles from over 120 manufacturers. It is offered freely to the industry for reference but most importantly to the consumer for whom making informed decisions regarding their choice of tyre product is pivotal to the EU Tyre Labelling Legislation.

Mike Allen, managing director CAM Systems, said “CAM Systems will make an important contribution to tyre safety by its direct interface with its many customers through its tyre data management initiatives on a daily basis who in turn will be speaking to those on the front line – the actual car drivers.

“We look forward to working closely with TyreSafe in such a busy year and helping to make the UK’s roads safer for all.”

Those interested in becoming TyreSafe members should contact Christine Joyce on 0845 301 6852.

This article was posted on 12th March 2013 in Latest News

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