Camso, formerly known as Camoplast Solideal, is a privately owned Canadian company that is a manufacturer and service supplier of products for off-the-road vehicles. They serve the material handling, construction, agriculture and powersport industries. Camso manufactures and distributes pneumatic, airless and solid tires, tracks, driven and trailed conversion track systems and OEM undercarriages. The company was founded in 1982, and is based in Magog, Quebec, Canada. It also has branches and manufacturing plants in America, Asia and Europe. Camso Research Centers are in Magog , Ghent , Sri Lanka , Shanghai & Ho Chi Minh City and has a global workforce of more than 8000 employees., In 1982 Normand Carpentier and Michel Lasalle acquired four Bombardier divisions, including Roski Ltd., and founded Camoplast Inc., Camoplast purchased the industrial vehicles division of Bombardier Recreational Products in late August 2004. Bombardier manufactured snow and all-terrain vehicles with rubber tracks from the 1950s. The industrial vehicles division, based in Sherbrooke, Quebec, made tracked utility vehicles such as snow grooming snowcats for skiing, sidewalk snow removal tractors and heavy duty tracked transporters, including the descendant of the original Bombardier Muskeg tractor., Subsequently, Camoplast sold its Industrial vehicles Division to Prinoth, which is part of the Leitner Group ., In 2010 Camoplast acquired Groupe Solideal, a company based in Luxembourg that manufactures tires, tracks and wheels for the industrial and construction markets., On August 23, 2013, Camoplast-Solideal's Composite Division was acquired by four company managers and became a corporation in its own right under the name Roski Composites, presided by Yves Carbonneau., On July 3, 2015, Camoplast Solideal was renamed to Camso to "represent the best of Camoplast and Solideal"., On July 25, 2018, Michelin agreed to acquire Camso for $1.45B. The 'off the road' operations of Michelin will be combined with Camso to form a new division., On December 18, 2018, Michelin completed the acquisition of Camso, under the terms announced on July 12, 2018 and after obtaining all of the necessary approvals for the transaction. A total consideration of US$1.36 billion was paid for the acquisition.