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Oct 24, 2016
Apollo Tyres to infuse 475 mn euro to set up Europe's largest greenfield plant in HungaryThe Hungarian facility will be a state-of-the-art plant and once completed it will have a capacity to produce 5.5 million (55 lakh) passenger car and light truck (PCLT) tyres and 6,75,000 heavy commercial vehicle (HCV) tyres per annum.
Aug 09, 2016
Apollo Tyres to pump in Rs 3,000 cr for tyre capacity expansionApollo Tyres chairman Onkar Kanwar said domestic tyre manufacturers are facing "big challenges" from cheap imports from China, which has now accounted for up to 35% of the market in India
May 30, 2016
Apollo Tyres sets up office in MalaysiaThe manufacturer aims to procure a larger share in the Malaysian replacement tyre market
Apr 06, 2016
Firstpost Ground Report: Tyre mafia may be punished for its greed, but will it help the rubber farmers?By keeping the tyre prices high, the companies do not cause any direct harm to the rubber farmers. But by importing rubber in devious ways, they can.
Apr 05, 2016
Panama Papers: Here's what DLF, Apollo Tyres, IndiaBulls have to say about allegationsAll the companies have denied any wrong doing
Mar 31, 2016
Steven Smidlein appointed as senior VP of Apollo Tyres North AmericaIn his new role, Smidlein will be responsible for building the brand sales for Apollo and Vredestein in North America
Mar 07, 2016
Apollo Tyres to roll out around Rs 4,000 cr capacity expansion plans on two plants in FY17The company, which today announced its foray into the two-wheeler market, will start rolling out tyres from its upcoming plant in Hungary by January 2017
Mar 07, 2016
Apollo Tyres enter the two-wheeler market in IndiaApollo currently targets 2.2 lakh units of tyres in monthly production initially
Nov 16, 2015
Apollo Tyres strengthens European biz by acquiring Germany's Reifencom for Rs 301 crAcquisition to improve its mix of distribution channels in Germany and Europe
Feb 06, 2015
Earnings: Apollo Tyres Q3 net declines 45% to Rs 184 crApollo Tyres today posted a 45.49 percent decline in its consolidated net profit at Rs 184.24 crore for the third quarter ended December 31, hit by provisions made for the rescue plan of its South African unit.