The three factors that drastically increase the change of vehicular accidents during the time of rainy seasons include low visibility, diminished grip and the behaviour of the motorists. Low lights along with blinding sheet rain on the windshield of your car can greatly lead
JK Tyre has plans to increase its tyre prices by about 1-2 percent in the month of June 2012. This is due to high input cost along with a weak rupee. The company claims that they haven’t increased the prices of its products even
MRF has topped the ranking once again in the JD Power Customer Satisfaction Index Study 2012, making it three-times in a row now. MRF in the last 12 years has won this title nine times. Speaks volumes of the chennai based company. The company managed to
Apollo Tyres, a leading Indian tyre brand has recently launched its first premier branded retail showroom, the Apollo Super Zone in Dubai. The showroom in designed in such a way that customer to get an enhanced retail experience and a better feel for the
Dunlop India management has recently placed a proposal during the tripartite meeting between the West Bengal government, trade union representatives and the Dunlop India management to reopen its Shahgunj unit at Hooghly in a phased manner. The re-opening of the said unit will enable
Michelin India has launched its new range of tyre christened as Energy XM2 tyre. The company claims that the Energy XM2 tyre will improve safety and mileage the vehicle. The rim sizes are available from 12″ to 15″ that replaces the existing XM1 tyre.
Apollo Tyres is all set to hit the investment button and throw down €400 million (over Rs 2,500 crore) to set up shop in in East Europe and Brazil. The Indian tyre manufacturer is globally recognized. Just a few days back they had launched
Apollo Tyres the India manufacturer has taken a big leap with the Apollo Aspire 4G high performance tyres. The company recently launched the Apollow Aspire 4G at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show. The new performance tyres from Apollo can withstand speeds up-to 300km/h. Apollo
JK Tyre and Industries Ltd have recently bagged the orders from Daimler India Commercial Vehicles Pvt Ltd to supply tyres for its Bharat Benz trucks in India. The company hasn’t released any details on the order volume and whether JK Tyre is the sole
CEAT, a tyre major announced recently that it has plans to set up a manufacturing plant in Bangladesh at a cost of Rs 250-crore. The company initially plans to have a capacity of 65 tonnes per year and the production will start in FY-13.