Fuel Autotek officially brings in MOMO Tires and more.
MOMO, one of the most recognized brands when it comes to steering wheels, has always taken pride in their craftsmanship, and their products’ quality. But steering wheels such as the Prototipo and Tuner are only the tip of the iceberg that is MOMO. They have a full and vast range of automotive and motor sport-related products and now, they are here to bring us what is possibly one of their biggest lines yet : MOMO Tires, engineered in Italy, and designed and produced with advanced tire technologies.
MOMO Tires has officially entered the local tire industry and looks to make its presence felt.
Its local and exclusive distributor, Fuel Autotek Philippines, held an event at the Shangri-La at the Fort Hotel in Bonifacio Global City in Taguig to mark this milestone. Enzo Mastroianni, CFO of Fuel Autotek relates, “We are thrilled to bring to the Philippines an exciting tire brand from MOMO Italy, which after over 50 years of leading the global automotive and motorsports market with high performance steering wheels, road wheels and racing accessories, has launched MOMO Tires which offers a full range of products for passenger cars, vans and SUVs.” Mastroianni added, “We are also bringing in to the market, Deestone Tires, which is Thailand’s largest and well respected local tire manufacturer. We are proud to offer Deestone’s full range of quality tire products as well as other truck and bus tire brands which range from truck, bus, agricultural, industrial, passenger car, light trucks and off-road SUV tires.”
Kevin Buenaseda, Marketing Manager of Fuel Autotek PH commented, “We are pleased with this development and are currently working out the details for the brand launch in the 2nd quarter of this year at the Manila International Auto Show 2017, at the World Trade Center Manila on March 30, 2017. Other tire brands carried by Fuel Autotek PH are, Roadwing truck and bus tires from China that’s distributed nationwide, as well as Kaizen truck and bus tires from India, which is distributed in the Visayas and Mindanao Region.