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Indian Oil Commercial Drivers Ferrying Petrol & Diesel undergo Tyre Safety Training
Tyres have been one of the most neglected parts of a vehicle notwithstanding the fact that they play a vital role in overall safety. However increasingly tyre care & safety is being considered as an integral part of the safety regimen owing to an awareness campaign to this effect by the Tyre Industry.
Bureau of Indian Standards joins hands with ATMA for Tyre Care Sessions
ATMA conducted a Tyre Safety session for officers of Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS). As the national standards body of India, BIS has set new benchmarks in setting standards with the principal aim of ensuring safety of the consumers. The response from BIS was overwhelming with over 65 officers joining in the Tyre Safety session at the auditorium located at Manak Bhawan, BIS Headquarters.
ATMA & PHD Chamber come together for Tyre Safety
ATMA and PHD Chamber, leading chamber of commerce & industry in the country, came together to hold a Tyre Safety Session for PHD Chamber staffers at PHD House. PHD House employees along with Secretary General Mr Saurabh Sanyal assembled in one of the large meeting rooms at the PHD Chamber.
Tyre makers to invest Rs 1,100 crore in rubber plantation in Northeast, West Bengal
The Economic Times, 4 Nov, 2022
1.65 crore rubber trees planted in NE for tyre industry in last 1 year
The Times of India, 5 Nov, 2022
Tyre exports from India up 31% in Q1
BusinessLine, 13 Sep, 2022
ATMA asks for level playing field to double exports from India
For second successive year in FY 2018-19, the exports of automotive tyres from India went up in double digits in rupee terms, fresh data released by Ministry of Commerce has shown.
More than the sum of its parts
Dec 21-Jan, 2022
Headquartered in New Delhi (India), Automotive Tyre Manufacturers’ Association (ATMA) is amongst the most active and well known national industry bodies in the country. Being a representative body of Nine large tyre companies in India accounting for over 90% of tyre production, ATMA has been accorded the coveted status of true voice of the Indian tyre industry.
ATMA works towards promoting and safeguarding the interests of the tyre industry in India primarily by acting as conduit between the Government and the industry.
From Chairman ATMA
Tyre Industry in India has the potential to lead the march of Indian manufacturing globally in the new world order. Amid new geopolitical warfare, the world is keenly looking for alternatives to China for sourcing a host of products. This could be India’s moment if we are able to seize the opportunity by promoting those sectors that have earned wide acclaim and Tyre Industry certainly ranks high on that list.
Indian Tyre Industry
Key Figures :
No. of Tyre Companies : 41
No. of Tyre Plants : 66
Industry Turnover 2019-20 (est.): Rs 60000 crore (US$ 8.5 Bn)
- All categories of tyres can be exported freely.
- All categories of new tyres can be imported freely. No WTO Bound Rates for tyres and tubes.