Apollo Tyres is one of the leading manufacturer and supplier to the OEMs in farm segment throughout India, which contributes nearly 8-10% to the company’s Indian revenues.
The outlet, located in Satana, near Nashik, was inaugurated by Rajesh Dahiya, Group Head, Sales & Marketing, Apollo Tyres Ltd.
The newly introduced outlet will be equipped with an automatic tyre inflator for measuring the right amount of inflation pressure for estimating the appropriate measure of expansion weight.
Apollo Tires has launched a full-administration outlet/agribusiness tire outlet in Satana, Nashik, in the western Indian territory of Maharashtra.Though similar service outlets do exist for commercial and passenger vehicle tyres but farm tyres have not been able to garner adequate attention in terms of service centers.
The organization said in an announcement, “While comparative administration outlets do exist for traveler vehicle and business vehicle tires, ranch tires have not gotten sufficient consideration as far as administration focuses, prepared work force and a satisfying administration condition.”
Rajesh Dahiya, Group Head, Sales and Marketing, Apollo Tires, expressed, “Every one of our clients are similarly significant for us. Our thinking was if traveler vehicle and business vehicle drivers merit an administration attitude and current retail offices in our Apollo Zones and Apollo CV Zones, so do the ranchers.”
“We are hoping to assemble a system of Apollo Farm Zones the nation over with practically all states having at any rate one such outlet to support the ranchers,” he included.
Group Head, Sales & Marketing, Apollo Tyres, Mr. Rajesh Dahiya emphasized on the fact that for Apollo Tyres all its customers are valuable. According to the company statement, while customers get their tyres serviced or changed, they can sit back and relax in the zone. It is also learnt that the Farm Zone is supposed to be equipped with an automatic tyre inflator to measure the correct inflation pressure. The professional repair kit will also be available for the puncture repairs or for any other kind of damages.
About Apollo Tyres Limited
With annual consolidated revenues of INR 146.74 billion (US$ 2.28 billion) in March 2018, Apollo Tyres rank #11 in the list of tyre manufacturers. Founded in the year 1972, the first manufacturing unit was set up in Perambra, Kerala (India). The renowned tyre firm owns four manufacturing facilities in the country and two internationally with one in the Netherlands and one in Hungary. Apollo Tyres has a widespread network of approx. 5,000 dealers in India, of which more than 2,500 are its exclusive stores.