ERJ staff report (DS)
Chennai, India -- The increasing technical sophistication of the Indian tyre market is set to be reflected among exhibitors at July's Tyrexpo India exhibition in Chennai organised by ECI International Ltd. The show will take place at the Chennai Trade Centre, Chennai on the 5, 6 and 7 July 2011. Show days are Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
The Chennai region is set to become one of the world's largest automobile manufacturing centres over the next decade with a total capacity of 2.2 million vehicles per annum. Apollo Tyres recently opened its latest factory in the area, joining major investments from companies including Michelin, JK Tyres, MRF and ATC. The total production capacity for tyre manufacturing in the area is set to exceed 1,600 metric tonnes per day, making it the largest tyre manufacturing centre in India and one of the largest in the world.
Among the companies already committed to Tyrexpo India 2011 are Agarwal Rubber, Al Rahala Trading, Al Saeedi Middle East, Bainite Machines, Balkrishna Tyres, DM Marketing, Eldan Recycling, Elgi Rubber, Koba Banden, Kyoto Japan, Luwa India, Malhotra, Michigan Rubber, Monarch Vulcanizing, Omni United, PRS Tyres, Rajmahal Group, Rubberking, Sppedways, Steinbichler, Koba Banden, Sundaram Industries, Tekscan, TM Tyres, Unipatch amongst others.
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