Camso is a World leader in off-the-road tires, wheels, rubber tracks and track systems, manufacturer and service supplier of products for off-the-road vehicles. Camso snow tracks are used in Yamaha, BRP, Polaris, Arctic Cat, John Deere, Caterpillar, Alpina and many others snowmobiles and tracked vehicles. Camso manufactures and distributes pneumatic, airless and solid tires, tracks, driven and trailed conversion track systems and OEM undercarriages. The company has Research Centers, branches and manufacturing plants in America, Asia and Europe and has a global workforce of more than 8000 employees.
Canadians Normand Carpentier and Michel Lasalle acquire four Bombardier divisions, including Roski Ltd., a manufacturer of fiberglass components for Bombardier snowmobiles, and found Camoplast Inc.
Camoplast acquires Finnish snow tracks manufacturer Skega.
Camoplast purchased the industrial vehicles division of Bombardier Recreational Products. The industrial vehicles division made tracked utility vehicles such as snowcats, sidewalk snow removal tractors and Tracked Utility Vehicles.
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 manufactures tires, tracks and wheels for the industrial and construction markets. Subsequently, Camoplast changes its name to Camoplast-Solideal.
Camoplast-Solideal is renamed to Camso to "represent the best of Camoplast and Solideal".
Michelin acquires Camso for 1.45 Billion USD. Michelin´s Offroad operations are then combined with Camso to form a new division.