Canadian Camso company, formerly Camoplast Solideal, is the world's leading manufacturer and service supplier of products for off-the-road vehicles, material handling, construction, agriculture and powersport industries. Camso manufactures and distributes pneumatic, airless and solid tires, ATV/UTV tracks, tracks for snowmobiles, driven and trailed conversion track systems etc. The company today has branches, Research Centers and manufacturing plants in America, Asia and Europe, with a global workforce of more than 8000 employees. Camso is master brand for off-highway tyres, tracks, and track systems for number of major OEM manufacturers, including Bobcat, Caterpillar, John Deere, JCB Construction, Toyota, BRP, Yamaha etc.
Normand Carpentier and Michel Lasalle acquired four Bombardier divisions, including Roski Ltd., and founded Camoplast Inc.
Camoplast purchases the industrial vehicles division of Bombardier Recreational Products. The BRP Industrial vehicles division produced tracked utility vehicles such as snowcats or sidewalk snow removal tractors, including the descendant of the original Bombardier Muskeg tractor.
Camoplast sells the design, engineering, R&D, service, parts and sales operations of the snow groomer range of it's Industrial vehicles Division to Leitner Group which will be marketed as Prinoth, with Camoplast handling the manufacturing.
Camoplast sells the remaining Industrial Vehicles division operations to Leitner Group, including development, design, sales, service and vehicle production.
Camoplast acquires Groupe Solideal, a company based in Luxembourg that manufactured tires, tracks and wheels for the industrial and construction markets. Subsequently, Camoplast changed its name to Camoplast-Solideal.
Camoplast Solideal Inc. launches the new Solideal Xtreme Forklift resilient tire for the industrial material handling industry.
Company´s name Camoplast Solideal is changed to Camso to "represent the best of Camoplast and Solideal".
Camso takes over ATV/UTV track systems business of Les Fabrications TJD, established ATV/UTV Tracks manufacturer.
Camso introduces CTS High Speed Track System, the industry’s first 100% bolt-on track system allowing road travel speeds of up to 40 km/h.
French tire giant Michelin acquires Camso for $1.45B. The 'Off the road' operations of Michelin will be combined with Camso to form a new division.
Camso launches the next generation new technology flat-free MPT 793S severe-duty tire.
The official distributor of Camso ATV/UTV tracks becomes ASP Group Distributing.