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Negotiating Headwinds Faced by the Tyre Industry

Negotiating Headwinds Faced by the Tyre Industry

JK Tyre & Industries Ltd. negotiated headwinds faced by the tyre industry as a whole. It continues to tread carefully to attain sustainable growth and even higher profitability. Story by: Ashish Bhatia and Deven Lad K Tyre & Industries Ltd. continues to take measured steps to attain sustainable growth and improved profitability. The company is claimed to have well-negotiated the[Read More…]

by July 10, 2020 Cover Story
JK Tyre to strengthen India operations through an improved marketing mix

JK Tyre to strengthen India operations through an improved marketing mix

ACI Bureau Leading tyre manufacturer JK Tyre & Industries Ltd., produces a wide range of tyre products to cater to multiple segments. It is positioning itself as a one-stop-shop for all customer requirements. Engaged in the manufacture and marketing of automotive tyres, tubes and flaps, the company’s tyre products comprise Truck and Bus Radials, Truck and Bus Bias, passenger car[Read More…]

by September 24, 2019 Cover Story
EXCLUSIVE: JK TYRE to enter Two-Wheeler Tyre Market

EXCLUSIVE: JK TYRE to enter Two-Wheeler Tyre Market

JK Tyre, a leading manufacturer of truck and bus radial (TBR) and passenger car tyres, will be foraying into two-wheeler market by launching 3-4 news products in both scooter and motorcycle segment. It will begin production of these tyres in the first quarter of the current financial year. The company plans to produce two-wheeler tyres in-house at the recently acquired[Read More…]

by April 18, 2016 Corporate, News, Web Exclusive
Energy Saving: Proactive or Reactive?

Energy Saving: Proactive or Reactive?

T Murrali With rising competition coupled with ever increasing operating cost the challenge for any component manufacturer to stay afloat is to contain the cost of manufacturing. This is gaining significance since these issues directly hit the bottom line and may even pave the way for organisations to exit the business. However, options to contain variable costs are falling due[Read More…]

by July 28, 2014 Cover Story