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Easter Opening Hours 2018.


Open:   Good Friday - Normal Trading Hours.

Open:   Easter Saturday - Normal Trading Hours.

Closed:  Easter Monday  

Open:   Easter Tuesday- Normal Trading Hours.


Opening Hours, St Patrick's weekend.

All retail depots are open over the St Patrick's weekend as per normal trading hours, Saturday 17th March & Monday 19th March 2018.

The wholesale department is open for sales as per normal trading hours ( 9.00am - 6.00pm)  on Monday 19th March 2018.  



Commercial/Agricultural Tyre Technician (Armagh Depot)

We are looking for a Commercial Tyre Technician to join our team based at Station Road Industrial Estate, Loughgall Road, Armagh.

As a Commercial/Agricultural Tyre Technician you key responsibilities include:-

Commercial/Agricultural Tyre Fitting.

Available to respond to out of hours calls and attend roadside breakdown based on a rota basis.

Carry out Fleet inspections on and off site.

Full UK driving licence essential.

Be prepared to work hard in a very busy environment.

Be motivated and take a pro-active approach in their work.

Work on own initiative and as a team player.

Maintain high levels of customer satisfaction by delivering outstanding customer service.

Previous experience of tyre fitting and knowledge would be advantageous but not essential as training will be provided.


Please apply with CV to Michelle White ( HR Department)

Philip White Tyres Ltd ( Head Office)

Station Road Industrial Estate, Loughgall Road, Armagh, Co Armagh, BT61 7NP

Closing date: 23rd March 2018


Are you having a Good or Bad Air Day?

As Tyre Safety Month has kicked off, we have a question for you - Are you having a Good or Bad Air Day?  It's likely you're having a bad air day and don't even realise it.

Call in to any Philip White Tyres Depot for your FREE Tyre Safety Check.

We have depots provincewide located in Armagh  Dungannon  Belfast  Mallusk  L/derry   Castleblayney.

Driving with underflated tyres increases chances of being involved in a tyre-related incident on the road. Not only does the vehicle become more difficult to control, the amount of tyre in contact with the road can be halved.  If it isn't touching the road properly, a tyres's grip is compromised, meaning it takes longer to stop , especially in the wet.

Underflated tyres also run up unnecessary bills.  A tyre can wear 10% more quickly if it's 10% below the manufacturer's recommended setting and the extra effort needed to turn the wheel means the vehicle burns use more fuel.

To reduce the risks while driving and save yourself money, drivers are reminded to check their air pressures at least once a month and before long journeys.




James Scoops Irish Tarmac Rally Championship Prize in Cork!

After one of the most dramatic Cork 20 International rallies in recent history were difficult weather conditions including standing water on the special stages made the going tricky, James Wilson from Keady and his Derry co-driver Gavin Doherty in their Philip White Tyres backed Peugeot 208 R2 took the R2 category victory and the Irish Tarmac Championship class.

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