The Retread Manufacturers Association (RMA) was established in 1938 as the nationally recognised trade association representing the interests of UK-based manufacturers of retreaded tyres.
On 1 April 2018, the Retread manufacturers’ Association joined forces with the BTMA to build a stronger platform to represent retread manufacturing in the UK.
The British Tyre Manufacturers’ Association (BTMA) supports and promotes the interests of its members; tyre manufacturers supplying the UK market from factories in Europe. BTMA engages actively with Government Ministers, officials and enforcement agencies to progress issues ranging from road safety to the environment and from international competitiveness to employee health and safety.
BTMA co-operates actively with other UK tyre industry trade associations though the Tyre Industry Federation and with industry trades unions and the Health and Safety Executive though the Tyre and Rubber Industries Safety Action Group. BTMA works in close collaboration with the European Tyre and Rubber Manufacturers’ Association and the European Tyre and Rim Technical Organisation.
The Retread Manufacturers Association (RMA) was established in 1938 as the nationally recognised trade association representing the interests of UK-based manufacturers of retreaded tyres with a unique technical marketing knowledge base