In a world starved of growth, India has emerged as the centre of attention.The country just became the 5th largest economy overtaking the UK and is projected to be the fastest growing economy in the world in the years to come. In its latest report, Morgan Stanley has projected doubling of the country’s GDP from its current $3.4 trillion to $8.5 trillion over the next ten years making it the third largest in the world.

In pace with the country’s rising economic stature, India has a target to be the third-largest Automotive Industry worldwide by 2030 with a distinct shift to electric mobility.The domestic electric vehicle industry is expected to cross sales of 10 million vehicles by 2030, with an overall adoption rate of more than 30 per cent across different vehicle categories.

As an integral part of the Auto sector, Tyre Industry is poised to set the wheels of economy moving faster with transformational growth in the last two decades. With 5 Indian tyre companies in the top 25 in the world and the manufacturing presence of all the global tyre majors, India’s tyre sector has the wherewithal to accelerate the Indian economy’s and automotive sector’s journey to the next level.

The productivity levels in state-of-the-art tyre plants in India have more than doubled in the last decade and during the ongoing decade this transformation is going to be faster.

Nearly 25% of domestic tyre production is exported to more than 170 countries in the world and the export turnover of the Tyre Industry has doubled to over 21000 crore in the last four years.

The 3rd edition of ATMA Annual Conclave will bring leading minds from Auto, Tyre & Auto Components sectors besides top level representation from the Government and policymakers to set the roadmap for Tyre Industry as an integral part of India’s Gati Shakti.

Union Minister of Commerce & Industry

Mr. Piyush Goyal

Hon’ble Union Minister
of Commerce & Industry

The scale of manufacturing, coupled with quality and productivity, can truly make India competitive in several sectors and help move towards an Aatmanirbhar Bharat. The government will identify areas where India has competitive and comparative advantages, which sectors can become global players and contribute to global trade in a bigger way.The Tyre and Rubber Industry ecosystem can become a great business leader in the years to come.

Broad Areas of Discussion

Why attend ATMA Annual Conclave 2023

The collaboration between Auto and Tyre sectors has gone several notches up in the last few years as tyre is at the forefront of many of the attributes expected from new-age vehicles including fuel eficiency, safety, ride & handling. In case of electric vehicles, this synergy between Auto and tyre manufacturers has taken an altogether new dimension

The only event that celebrates this partnership between Auto OEMs and Tyre Industry is ATMA Annual Conclave, now in its third edition. ATMA Annual Conclave has gained currency as one of the go-to events on the automotive calendar of the country.

What makes ATMA Annual Conclave different is the width and depth of discussion on issues concerning Auto sector and tyres’ role therein. Moreover, for organisation in leet management, e-commerce and infrastructure equipment, tyres play a signiicant part in eficient operations, thereby making ATMA Annual Conclave an apt platform for every sector related to mobility.

  • A chance to interact with torchbearers of Auto & Tyre sectors including promoters/ CEOs of tyre majors
  • Get irst hand insights from top thought leaders (Government/ Consultants)
  • Get an in-depth understanding of the future landscape of Auto & Tyre sector
  • Learn best practices to make India 3rd largest automotive industry worldwide by 2030
  • An ‘only by invitation’ event for relevant participants
  • A platform to collaborate
  • And above all

  • A unique opportunity to network withpeers

ATMA Member Companies

Apollo House, 7, Institutional Area, Sector 32

Tel.: (0124) 238 3002-18
Fax: (0124) 238 3020/2381734

Website : apollotyres.com

Plot No. A43, Phase-II, MIDC Chakan,
Village Sawardari, Taluka Khed,
Dist. Pune, Maharastra-410501, India

Tel.: (91-2135) 672 000
Fax: (91-2135) 671 999


463, Dr. Annie Besant Road,

Tel.: (022) 2493 0621/24951213
Fax: (022) 2493 3662

Website: ceattyres.in

NH-58, Meerut – Roorkee Road,
Modipuram – 250110, (Uttar Pradesh) INDIA

Website: conti-online.com

Plot #8, Ist Floor ABW Elegance Tower Commercial
complex, Jasola, Behind Apollo Hospital
New Delhi – 110025

Tel : (011) 47472727
Fax : (011) 47472715

Website: goodyear.com

Link House, 3, Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg,
New Delhi – 110002

Tel : (011) 2331 1112-5
Fax : (011) 2332 2059

Website: jktyre.com

Orchid Business Park
3rd Floor Sector – 48 Sohna Road Gurgaon-122002

Tel.: (0124) 673 7777

Website: michelin.in

124, Greams Road, CHENNAI-600006

Tel : (044) 2829 2777
Fax : (044) 2829 0623

Website: mrftyres.com

Perumalpatti Road, Vellarippatti, Melur Taluk,
MADURAI – 625122

Tel : (0452) 2420491 / 2400461
Fax : (0452) 2420266

Website: tvstyres.com


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