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    Ryme renews its corporate imageAfter more than 30 years, airs of change are blowing in Ryme, and so we wanted to convey to our valued customers that without them this would not have been possible and it is with them hand in hand that we predict a bright future. The logo becomes the key piece […]

    Michael Delaney has been appointed as Ryme’s new CEO. In his new role, he will be responsible for the direction and coordination of all departments involved in Ryme’s business, with management excellence and company growth as strategic pillars. The new CEO joined the company recently after the acquisition by Worldwide Environmental Products (Worldwide) of the majority […]

    Worldwide Environmental Products, Inc. (Worldwide), has acquired a majority interest in Técnicas Reunidas de Automoción (Ryme). Founded in 1982, Ryme is a company dedicated to the design, development, manufacture, installation and maintenance of equipment for the technical and safety inspection of vehicles. Ryme’s 15,000 m2 headquarters are located in Burgos, Spain. The company’s goal is […]

    Ryme’s new tire tread gauge is a compact, lightweight device that provides accurate tire tread readings. It is very easy to use and eliminates the errors associated with manual depth gauges, thanks to its laser reader taking a 50mm measurement over the tire width. Among the advantages of Ryme’s new tire tread gauge are: Allows […]

    Brake fluid is a fundamental part of our car’s safety system. It is responsible for transmitting the force we apply on the brake pedal to each brake of the vehicle to stop or slow it down. A brake fluid gets in bad condition due to the air in the environment, causing the fluid to pick […]

    The XXVIII National Conference of AECA-ITV will be held in Zaragoza on October 23rd, 24th and 25th. This event will be attended by more than 250 industry professionals where the latest news on the Technical Inspection of Vehicles and the latest reforms, as well as future issues covering the technical inspection will be put on […]

    The plenary session of the European Parliament on Tuesday gave final approval to a regulation that unifies the rules governing technical vehicle inspections (MOT) throughout the EU with the aim of improving road safety. Cars will have to undergo their first MOT after four years of age and then every two years, while in the case […]

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