Ecore International – a converter of reclaimed tire rubber in North America – has recently acquired Ameritread Remanufactured Tires, a Pennsylvania-based company specializing in remanufacturing certified reconstructed tires. This strategic move is in line with Ecore's dedication to sustainability and circular economy.

The acquisition enhances Ecore's access to crucial recycled materials, aligning seamlessly with its mission to transform waste into environmentally responsible, high-performance solutions. Art Dodge, CEO of Ecore, emphasizes the synergy between Ameritread's commitment to remanufacturing tires and Ecore's dedication to the circular economy, solidifying their industry leadership in sustainability.

With over 40 years of experience, Ecore has been a key player in transforming rubber waste, annually upcycling over 300 million pounds. The company uses recycled rubber to craft a diverse range of products, including high-performance flooring, playgrounds, athletic fields, and more.

Ameritread, operating as Truck Stop Supply Company LLC, excels in culling, refurbishing, and reselling used tires, offering them a new life as high-quality, certified reconstructed tires. This strategic acquisition ensures a stable source of tire scrap and introduces valuable culling capabilities to Ecore's portfolio, contributing to enhanced revenue and moving up the value chain within the circular economy.

Kal Krishan, President of Ecore’s Materials Business Unit, expresses excitement about the sustainability benefits this acquisition will bring to customers. Ecore and Ameritread share a commitment to identifying opportunities for synergies and integration, contributing to the growth of Ecore's expanding family of companies.

This acquisition follows Ecore's earlier purchase of 360 Tire Recycling Group in April 2023, further strengthening the company's portfolio of sustainable solutions.

To learn more about the topic, proceed to Ecore’s website.