Euromaster Tyre & Services SA

//Euromaster Tyre & Services SA
Euromaster Tyre & Services SA 2019-12-23T10:40:54+00:00

Project Description

EUROMASTER is the leading tyre service and car maintenance network in Europe, for retail and business customers, for all types of vehicles: trucks, agricultural, cars, vans, buses, earth movers. EUROMASTER has built its reputation on customer satisfaction and will carry on doing so.

At EUROMASTER, we understand the importance of keeping you and your vehicles moving. We are taking care of your road mobility. Anytime, anywhere. And when it comes to tyres and vehicle servicing, we believe in the Euromaster way: Expertise, Honesty and The Best Customer Care.

EUROMASTER is headquartered in Clermont-Ferrand, France and it was founded by MICHELIN Group 25 years ago. Since 2008, the company has expanded to include international activities with chapters in UK, Spain, Portugal, Netherland, Italy, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Poland, Czech Republic, Lithuania, Romania and Turkey. Today, EUROMASTER is one of the largest tyre distributors and vehicle maintenance network serving European clients with more than 8,000,000 tyres sold yearly through 2,460 centers and 2,600 mobile units.

In Romania, with over 200.000 tires sold annually and market leader in the distribution of truck tyres, EUROMASTER serves its customers through a commercial network of 48 service centers out of which 34 in a franchised business-model, allowing it to provide a national coverage. The ambition of EUROMASTER in Romania is to become the first choice of customers regarding tires, services and car maintenance.

Besides the commercial network, EUROMASTER is running the European Shared Service Center in Bucharest which provides impactful and best-in-class backend services across the Group to 17 countries where it operates. Today the Shared Service Center employs nearly 200 highly motivated specialists and it is leading process simplification and standardization, automation and digitalization being placed at the core of Group transformation.