East Bay Tire Company Converts Its Tire Fill Business To Pathway Polymers

Thursday, October 4, 2012

East Bay Tire Company, headquartered in Fairfield, Ca., is a tire wholesaler, exporter and commercial tire dealer with locations in Fairfield, Fresno, Benicia, Sacramento and Pittsburg, Ca., as well as in Honolulu, Hi. With over 65 years of experience in the tire industry, East Bay Tire became a Certified AutoFil Dealer, partnering with Chattanooga-based Pathway Polymers as its exclusive tire fill supplier.

According to East Bay Tire officials, the company has established itself as a leader in the tire service industry by maintaining the highest standards for the products it carries, the equipment it uses and the people it employs. The company’s mission aligns well with Pathway Polymers’ mission to provide the best tire flatproofing systems and the best customer support. So, the decision to switch its tire filling business to Pathway was an obvious choice.

“Pathway’s product quality and patented AutoFil recycling machine made them our choice as our supplier of tire fill,” said Jay Ress, general manager, East Bay Tire Company.


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