Michelin Tyres and TVS Tread inaugurate Retread Store in Hyderabad
In a bid to cater to commercial demands where quality retread solutions for trucks and buses are concerned, Michelin Tyres and TVS Tread have come together and launched a new Retread Store in Hyderabad. This in turn will lead to higher tyre mileage and marked saving where fuel consumption is concerned besides giving Michelin tyres a new lease to life.
The city of Hyderabad is fast changing into a commercial vehicle zone and as a major provider to the economic growth in the state of Andhra Pradesh. The new facility is situated in close proximity to potential users. TVS Tread are pioneers where retreading in India is concerned. They have been catering to the needs of fleet operators for the past 7 decades. Michelin are world’s No. 1 where radial tyre and retreading is concerned.
B Kumar, Country Manager – Channel Development, Michelin India said, “We are excited about our collaboration with TVS Tread and we expect to leverage this partnership to help grow the retread industry in the country and also expand our footprint in India. Hyderabad is an important market for us and the opening of the Michelin’s first retread store in Hyderabad proves our eagerness to serve the growing Commercial Vehicle base in the city. The collaboration builds on our strategy to provide quality retread and repair solutions that last long and also prove to be value for money for the fleet owners.”
V N Ramamoorthy, Chief Executive Officer, TVS TREAD said, “Being the pioneer for retreading in the country it has been always our endeavor to offer cost effective solutions to our customers from transportation fraternity. We are proud that TVS TREAD has been serving the fleet operators for over 7 decades, being the single largest retread solutions provider in the country for the entire range and sizes of tyres since 1943. With the current synergy with MICHELIN, who are world no 1 in radial tyres & retreading solutions, TVS TREAD will be able to offer quality retread solutions to the growing commercial vehicle customers in Hyderabad”.