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EQUIPMENT INDIA Awards 2020

At the 8th Annual Equipment India Awards 2020, hosted virtually, the top performers of Indian construction equipment industry were felicitated for their achievements in the challenging times.

ICF 2020: A Virtual Construction Extravaganza

Just when the 2020 financial year was coming to a close, it was hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. While the industry was already battling issues such as a liquidity crunch, rising bad loans, slowdown in capex, project delays and insolvencies, among others, the last quarter witnessed growth in the negative territory for most businesses. However, despite obstacles and uncertainties being at their peak, a few entities managed to persevere and prevail, posting growth and exhibiting excellence.

EQUIPMENT INDIA Awards 2020 to be held online

In the prevailing pandemic conditions, The 8th Annual EQUIPMENT INDIA Awards will be held virtually on October 15, 2020

Apollo Tyres commissions new facility in AP

Apollo Tyres commissioned its seventh manufacturing unit globally, and the fifth one in India, with the first tyre rolling out from the Andhra Pradesh greenfield facility.

Apollo Tyres commissions greenfield facility in AP

Apollo Tyres commissioned its seventh manufacturing unit globally, and the fifth one in India

We are moving towards highest uptime and the lowest cost of ownership concept

Gurgaon-based Apollo Tyres came into inception in 1972, and has since, been among the trusted names in the business of manufacture and sales of tyres.

On revival Path

In spite of the current slowdown, tyre market for off-highway applications is going to revive in the coming years due to an anticipated pick up in infrastructure developments in future.

17th CONSTRUCTION WORLD Global Awards 2019

With 50 winners from India and across the globe, and over 300 attendees, industry stalwarts came together to celebrate victory.

EQUIPMENT INDIA AWARDS 2019

The 7th Annual Equipment India Awards 2019 recognised and rewarded the top performers of Indian construction equipment industry.

Best debutant award

Ankit Goel, Chief-R&D, Escorts Construction Equipment (centre) receiving the award from Steve Jones, Senior Director, Industry Insights Research, Dodge Data & Analytics (right), in the presence of Pratap Padode, Founder and President, FIRST Construction Council (left).

RIDING ON INFRA PUSH

Growth in the construction and material handling equipment market has pushed the prospects of small and medium range OTR tyres.

6th Annual Equipment India Awards 2018

The sixth Annual EQUIPMENT INDIA Awards 2018 recognised and rewarded the top performers of Indian construction equipment industry.

EQUIPMENT INDIA Awards & CEO Forum 2018

After the bitterly cold days and nights of the famed Delhi winter, spring is said to augur good tidings. Or so it is believed. Maybe, it was in continuation of this tradition that the city successfully held yet another edition of the Equipment India Awards.

Foundation of Infrastructure Research Studies Training (FIRST) hosts 5th EQUIPMENT INDIA Annual Awards

The Foundation of Infrastructure Research Studies Training (FIRST) hosted the 5th EQUIPMENT INDIA Annual Awards at Hotel LALIT in New Delhi on Friday 16th February, 2018.

Equipment India awards & ceo forum 2017

It was 6.15 p.m. with 15 minutes more to go for the mega event of the infrastructure equipment industry. Meanwhile, the Viceroy Hall at the heritage Claridges Hotel located in New Delhi's famed Lutyen's Zone was already filled to capacity.

Landmark year

The 4th Annual Equipment India Awards and CEO Forum held on April 21, 2017 was accepted by the industry wholeheartedly with a full house presence. It was a great occasion for us to see participation from the entire cross-section of the infrastructure equipment industry, project contractors, consultants, and government agencies such as Indian Railways, NHAI and IRF.

Equipment India Awards 2017 and CEO Forum

The evening of April 21, 2017, was a proud occasion for Equipment India as the industry stakeholders gathered in large numbers at New Delhi's heritage Claridges Hotel, to celebrate the 4th Annual Equipment India Awards and be part of the high-level discussion at the CEO Forum.

Apollo Tyres? greenfield plant

Apollo Tyres is setting up Europe?s largest greenfield plant in Hungary with an investment of Euro 475 million to produce nearly 62 lakh tyres for passenger cars and heavy commercial vehicles per annum. The facility at Gyongyoshalasz will start production early next year and it will produce tyres to cater to the entire European market.

Apollo Tyres greenfield plant in Hungary

Apollo Tyres is setting up Europe?s largest greenfield plant in Hungary with an investment of Euro 475 million to produce nearly 62 lakh tyres for passenger cars and heavy commercial vehicles per annum. The facility at Gyongyoshalasz will start production early next year and it will produce tyres to cater to the entire European market.

Francesco Gori joins Apollo Tyres

Apollo Tyres Apollo Tyres announced the appointment of Francesco Gori as Advisor for Strategy. Part of Apollo Tyres' Management Board, Gori will support the company in its goal of international growth and identification and development of new markets.

Improving Energy Efficiency

Mobil SHC 634 helps Apollo Tyres increase gearbox efficiency by 2.6 per cent; annually save Rs 245,440 ($4,160) only from energy savings. Apollo Tyres has been in the business of manufacture and sale of tyres

Gaining Momentum

A renewed thrust on coal mining, coupled with plans to implement more projects in various infrastructure segments at a faster pace has rekindled the growth prospects of tyre industry in India. Major tyre manufacturers are busy introducing innovative products and scaling up volume to meet the expected demand in the future.

Off-Highway Tyres

Apollo Tyres manufactures tyres for passenger cars, light and heavy trucks, buses, off-highway vehicles and bicycles. Off-highway tyres include agricultural application tyres, dual purpose (agri and haulage) tyres, and heavy haulage tyres.

The sales master

Devesh Dabas, Group Manager-Off-Highway Tyres, Apollo Tyres, comes with over 13 years of experience in construction industry. A mechanical engineer from Delhi University and MBA in sales and marketing from

Anand Sundaresan, Elected as the President of EFSI

Employers Federation of Southern India (EFSI), a representative body for the Employers in the country has elected Anand Sundaresan, Vice-Chairman & Managing Director, Schwing Stetter India ? as President of the EFSI today during its 94th AGM

Advantage Radials

Radial-ply tyres offer a distinct advantage over bias-ply tyres. They may cost more, but they offer better productivity, higher cost savings, and comfort, writes Bhushan Mhapralkar. Earthmoving and construction equipment operate in a different environment from that of an automobile.

Providing tailor-made solutions

Apollo Tyres believes in providing tailor-made solutions rather than creating general application products. OTR tyres have huge potential but the current economic conditions indicate a moderate growth this year.

Tyre manufacturers look at global market

Tyre manufacturers in India are looking at foreign markets to step up investments and expand operations in international bases.

Fit-to-Application Policy

From a turnover of $2 billion in 2011-12, Apollo Tyres is moving forward with a target of $6 billion by 2016. Apollo has a strong range of OTR tyres with products in both small and the large OTR segment.