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Agricultural, construction and material handling professionals share their experience about Mitas tires. Read their testimonials below.

Farmers Cooperative is one of the Mitas’ dealers in North America. Their tire centers service a wide range of vehicles, most commonly agricultural equipment throughout Nebraska and Kansas. They carry a wide range of Mitas farm tires. Farmers Cooperative Tire Centers replace and fix tractor tires when and where you need on or off the field.

About Farmers Cooperative

Farmers Cooperative has a long history dating back to 1903. Since then lot of changes in growth with mergers and acquisitions happened. In June 2002, they adopted the name "Farmers Cooperative" and have continued to grow to meet the needs of farm producers. Today, they have over 60 locations that spread throughout southeast Nebraska and northeast Kansas with the main focus on grain, agronomy, energy, feed, lubricants, and tires.

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About Otto Farms Dean Otto from Otto Farms, Inc. in Adams, Nebraska is one of Farmers Cooperative’s customers. Dean has been farming with his family since 1988. Otto Farms deliver high-quality food to America and beyond. The team at Otto Farms constantly monitors farming practices and improves where needed to preserve the quality of planting and harvesting. Dean Otto has Mitas tires fitted on his tractors, combines and sprayers.

Tire World offers Mitas tires exclusively to their customers

Tire World Truck Center was established in Salt Lake City in 1967 and has been locally owned and operated for over 50 years. They have built and maintained a loyal customer base through building strong business relationships. Tire World’s philosophy is to act as a partner with our customers and assist them in being successful by minimizing their tire and service expenses. This is done by finding and providing products that give the best value per mile with trucks, or with construction and material handling products – the lowest cost per hour of service.

In the construction and material handling business – customers need two things from their tires:

Maximum hours of service – lowest cost of service per hour

Durability – resistance to tears, cuts and punctures

Over the years they have assisted customers in reaching these goals – long life and durability.

This has come as some expense to Tire World. Selling tires that last longer and perform better most often results in fewer tire sales to individual customers. Providing poor value tires that wear out quickly or fail due to a lack of durability usually results in the customer replacing/buying more tires. Good for sales, bad for the customer – but this is not a relationship that both Tire World and the customer equally share in success. And the customer will come to realize this – and look elsewhere to lower their tire expenses. "This is precisely why we choose to sell quality products,” says Chris Roberts, the Tire World Truck Center manager.