Huayi Tire Canada, Inc. Introduces New Intermodal Radial Tire


ONTARIO, CANADA, September 13, 2017 – Huayi Tire Canada, Inc. (HTC), Canada’s premier marketer and distributor for Double Coin Holdings, Ltd., and their premier associate brands of TBR and OTR tires is pleased to announce the introduction of the new IM105 Intermodal radial tire from Double Coin. Double Coin’s IM105 is an application-specific radial tire engineered for intermodal container chassis providers and container chassis manufacturers in the intermodal freight industry.

“For new container chassis, the IM105 Intermodal radial is the perfect, cost-efficient choice, and it is an ideal replacement tire for older bias-ply tires,” said John Hagg, VP of Sales and Operations for HTC. “The IM105 meets the strictest safety and fuel efficiency standards, and delivers exceptional long-term value that will benefit every intermodal operation in Canada.”

Engineered with additional ozone protection that lasts up to 12 years, the Double Coin IM105 container chassis tire is a fuel-efficient, SmartWay verified and CARB Compliant low rolling resistant tire. Backed by CMA’s standard warranty, the IM105 is available in 2 sizes: 11R22.5 and 295/75R22.5, both with Load Range G is an approved 8.25 rim listing.

To see the IM105, visit Double Coin’s booth #638 at the IANA (Intermodal Association of North America) Intermodal Expo, September 17th through September 20th in Long Beach, CA. To find a dealer near you, visit, or to speak with an expert, call 888-726-3390.

Huayi Tire Canada, Inc. is a subsidiary of Shanghai Huayi Company, Ltd. – a global manufacturer of a diverse range of valued products, including passenger and commercial tires. Huayi Tire Canada is the premier marketer and distributor of Double Coin tires, and flag and associate brands: Duraturn, Dynatrail+ and Bluestar tires with a distribution center in Vancouver, British Columbia. Huayi Tire Canada, Inc. brings a high level of logistics intelligence and integrity to match the product quality of the brands they carry. To learn more, go to