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Published on July 5, 2018

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1. Al-Riyadh Office: Tel: +966 1 445 26 22 | Fax: +966 1 208 97 66 P.O.Box: 391591, Riyadh 11365 Al-Khobar Office: Tel: +966 3 896 66 77 | Fax: +966 3 896 66 88 Zulfi Factory: Tel: +966 6 423 45 39 | Fax: +966 6 423 45 85 P.O.Box: 65, Zulfi 11932 Email: info@remanksa.com www.remanksa.com

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3. ˜ REMAN addresses your number one concern of reducing the operating cost of your fleet. ˜ REMAN approaches your primary need for safety and reliability of each vehicle's functionality. ˜ REMAN keeps alert to the environmental obligation, each fleet operator should have. Delivering Results "REMAN remanufacturing Professional" was incorporated in 2011 to start its path to be one of the pioneers in the industry of tire remanufacturing services in the middle east. REMAN offers exclusive retreading services and is supported by one of the world’s best integrated rubber manufacturers- ELGI. The unique process, the machineries used in retreading process, the tread rubber, tread patterns,, raw materials… are all conceived, designed produced and delivered after extensive trials by ELGI themselves. REMAN's workforce has deep domain knowledge and strong connection to a highly qualitative industrial Brand. These qualities pave the way for efficiently establishing a strong business base in KSA, Kuwait & Iraq markets. REMAN delivers consistent performance. It is keen to expand the Business of retreading in Middle East. REMAN supports retreading as a safe, environment- friendly and cost effective method to sustain tires. Overview The Way to Saving National Resource

4. The Tire retreading industry exists to provide long durability under heavy load and high temperature operating conditions. A tire – especially Radial tire - is built with robust steel strand technology, to give long durability, under heavy load and high temperature operating conditions. This structure is called the casing. The contact medium between a robust casing and the road is the rubber tread-affixed to the casing. When the tread is worn out, we need to change the rubber, rather than throwing away the robust casing.,,,, 1. saves huge costs for the fleet operator. 2. Reduces the number of tires that need to be dumped in baladia which spoils the environment (by lying down as a SOLID steel waste without getting disintegrated). 3. Reduces the number of new tires that need to be manufactured, saving huge petroleum resources. Retreading is used safely every day on airplanes, school busses, fire engines, ambulances, trucking fleets, taxis postal service vehicles, military vehicles and by millions of drivers. Within the aircraft tire industry, retreading service is fully utilized worldwide with 100% usability! Jet tires are retreated 8 times prior to disposal. As Good As New! Your Need For Retreading! Let’s do our part in saving National resources, protecting environment, in a safe and cost saving way!!!!! Reusing The Casing With A New Tread On It

5. REMAN is alert to the fact that most retreading plants worldwide have to be franchised, licensed or otherwise consulted by or affiliated with major brand suppliers to provide technical assistance and requirements. REMAN aligned with ELGI – one of the best integrated retreading rubber companies, in quest for the finest quality and production of a reliable product. ELGI was incorporated in 1984, with technical collaboration from Oliver-USA. It has out grown itself with a present 500 million USD turnovers, and more than 6000 employees. This partnership enables REMAN to grant the best qualitative remanufacturing systems in the region. Our business carries on manufacturing tire treads, retreading machinery; envelops, adhesive compounds and tire repair materials, REMAN is committed to rigid recommended practices of the industry, at every step of the retreading process. REMAN's products and services stand out from the rest for its unmatched quality in terms of total reliability and value for money/ cost per kilometer. REMAN's first retreading facility is located in an important trucking hub, Zulfi, 260 kms north of Riyadh province, Saudi Arabia. The plant is equipped with the latest, state of art, machineries, technical processes, and highly developed quality control systems. REMAN ensures providing customers with the finest products and services. REMAN's current capacity of production is 4000 tire retreads per month, with an assured potential for future expansion growth. REMAN believes in fast and efficient approach .It is committed to offer 100% client satisfaction as per needs of clients. REMAN constantly gives priority to client’s requirements and endeavor to provide worth to their money in all aspects. REMAN guarantees the use of the best inspection; equipment and quality of treaded Rubber. About Us REMAN Plant in Zulfi One Standard Supplier

6. ˜ 1..'%6+0) 4700+0) 6+4'5 1( 647%-5 #0& 64#+.'45 #6 6*'+4 .1%#6+10X 4'64'#&+0)X and delivering back. ˜ (('4+0) 241('55+10#. 4'2#+4 5'48+%'5 10 (#+4.; 0'9 6+4'5X $76 damaged critically. ˜ Supplying repaired patches and consumables required for your own tire service set up ˜ 4#+0+0) 6'%*0+%+#05 10 6*' %144'%6 9#;5 61 4'2#+4+0) 6*' 4#+#. tire damages. ˜ Offering quality-retreaded tires with guaranty for Sale, depending on the availability of stock. ˜ 7;+0) $#%- #.. #/#)' 67$'5T ˜ Offering tire management and data banking services for corporate customers. Retreading in REMAN's plant goes through the following processes: Initial inspection: The purpose of the initial inspection is to verify that a casing is acceptable for retreading, identify casing injuries and determine if repairable, and approve the casing for processing. Buffing: The primary objective of buffing is to prepare the worn out surface of the tire to receive a retread. Tread building: It is the process of applying a pre-cured tread belt to the buffed and prepared casing in perfect match. Enveloping: The tire is enveloped by a flexible casing which firmly and uniformly holds the tread belt on the casing by a controlled vacuum system during the process of curing. Curing: The purpose of curing is to apply specified heat and pressure over a period of time to vulcanize the rubber so that the rubber is cured to the point of best physical properties and maximum adhesion to the adjacent elements. Final inception: To ensure quality retreading, each tire passes thorough a final inception. It is mandatory that the tire meets all industry and government regulations, before delivery for Service. We Serve… You Save… and Safe to go… Services Retread Operation

7. ˜ '64'#' 6+4'5 +0 #.. #22.+%#6+105X (41/ 2#55'0)'4 %#45 61 *'#8; %105647%6+10 equipment, have consistently demonstrated the same reliability in operation as new tires. ˜ Most studies show that road hazard was the most common cause of tire failure, at 38% of the failures. ˜ The analysis of failed tire casings found that maintenance and operational issues were the cause for 32% of the failures. ˜ 0#.;5+5 1( (#+.' 6+4' (4#)/'065 (170 6*#6 ':%'55+8' *'#6 9#5 '8+'06 +0 GN† of the samples examined. ˜ The studies' results suggest that the majority of tire debris found on highways is not a result of manufacturing/process deficiencies, but due to the operational hazards as listed above. Cost Effective Environmentally Friendly Why REMAN? Up To Over : Load, Heat and Speed !! Whether you are a driver looking for ways to stretch the budget or a fleet manager buying thousands of tires a year, you would be interested in retreaded tires for one basic reason - to save money. It is a well established fact that, retreaded tire costs are less in terms of production compared with new tires. It does sell for less, usually between 30 and 50 % of the comparable new tire price. REMAN has the knowledge that when a tire becomes worn and seems ready for discard, the bulk of its cost remains unrecovered, while in fact, the tire's useful life has hardly begun! Safe 50% SAVING ˜ It is a fact that the manufacture of a new medium truck tire requires approximately 22 gallons of oil, whereas it only requires 7 gallons of oil to retread, saving petroleum resources. ˜ '64'#+0) '0574'5 6*#6 /+..+105 1( 6+4'5 6*#6 '0 72 +0 6+4' 2+.'5 14 +0 .#0(+..X continue their useful lives for thousands of more kilometers.

8. Myth: Rubber on the road comes from retreaded tires. Fact: The rubber pieces you see on the road come from both new and retreaded tires in equal proportions to their usage on roads. Multiple Federal and State studies have proven this fact and that most of the rubber on the road comes from truck tires and is caused mainly by under inflation, overloading, and tire abuse. Myth: Retreaded tires are not as safe as new tires. Fact: Retreaded tires are just as safe as new tires. Adjustment percentages of retreaded tires are about the same as new tires. Statistics compiled by the U.S. Department of Transportation show that nearly all tires involved in any tire related accidents are underinflated or bald. Properly maintained tires, whether new or retreaded, do not cause accidents. Retreaded tires are used safely everyday by ambulances, fire engines, school buses, and aircraft. Myth: There aren’t any standards that control the quality and safety of retreaded tires. Fact: There are. Passenger, light pick-up, and 4x4 tires are retreaded according to standards established by the U.S. Department of Transportation and carry a code number (**) on the sidewall indicating where and when the tire was retreaded. The overall quality of retreaded truck tires has increased dramatically in recent years with the introduction of advanced technology, including the use of computers in manufacturing and non-destructive tire testing. Myth: Retreaded tires can’t be driven at highway speeds. Fact: Retreaded tires can be driven at the same legal speeds as comparable new tires with no loss in safety or comfort. Myth: There are certain driving conditions where retreaded tires should not be driven. Fact: Retreaded tires can be driven wherever comparable new tires can be driven. The only restriction is on the steer axle of buses hauling passengers. Myths Facts From 1990 to 2003, the total number of scrap tires going to market increased from 11 million to 233 million. Of all the scrap tires discarded today, over 75 percent are recycled, remanufacturing or used for fuel or other applications. The EPA Estimates

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