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Apollo Launches two new tyres - Apollo EnduTuff and Apollo Terra tyres.

Posted by Priya Singh On 28-Sep-2022 06:54 AM

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  • The Terra MT has puncture resistance, resistance to chipping and chunking, increased initial tread mileage, and best-in-class retreadability.

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    Apollo Tyres has expanded its mining offerings in India, releasing the Apollo EnduTuff Mining, a mining radial, and the Apollo Terra MT, a bias tyre.

    According to a press release, EnduTuff Mining's outstanding performance qualities reduce downtime for customers, hence increasing their savings. This tyre has a CPKM advantage of more than 40%, superior life, puncture resistance, increased uptime, and the most robust casing, allowing for numerous retreads. These tyres are best suited for mining applications that have little exposure to extremely harsh terrain.

    These tyres are made in the company's cutting-edge factory in Chennai and have undergone thorough testing in the hardest mines in Indonesia and India.

    According to the company, the unique compound employed with a unique blend of polymers and resins delivers excellent mileage, while the anchored block shape ensures uniform loading and a stable footprint in all loads for smooth wear.

    The Apollo Terra MT is a bias tyre for the CV mining industry that was designed in response to customer feedback on casing durability. Before releasing it, the company claimed to have spent over 1000-man hours developing and testing it.

    According to the firm, the Terra MT has puncture resistance, resistance to chipping and chunking, increased initial tread mileage, and best-in-class retreadability.


    Both have been released in the following sizes:

    • 11.00 R20 and 12.00 R24 (Apollo EnduTuff Mining)
    • 12.00 R20 and 12.00 R24 (Apollo Terra MT)

    About Apollo Tyres

    Apollo Tyres Ltd is India's largest tyre manufacturing firm. The company is in the industry of producing and selling vehicle tyres and tubes. Its major operations are in India, where it has five tyre production factories, two in Cochin and one each in Vadodara, Chennai, and Andhra Pradesh, as well as several sales and marketing offices throughout the country. It also has subsidiaries throughout the Middle East, Africa, and the ASEAN region for sales and marketing. In addition to India, the corporation has production facilities in the Netherlands and Hungary.

    Its two core brands, Apollo and Vredestein, cater to certain customer categories, and the product portfolio includes tyres for passenger vehicles, commercial vehicles, off-highway vehicles, and two-wheelers. On September 28, 1972, the corporation was formed. It began production at Perambra, Kerala, with its first manufacturing factory. The company opened their second factory in Limda, Gujarat, in 1991. Premier Tyres in Kalamassery, Kerala, was purchased in 1995.

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