Large Turnout of Dealers, Distributors at sixth edition of Tyrexpo India!
Prerit Chauhan (Photo/Video) By Lokesh Goswami Ten News Delhi :
New Delhi: The sixth edition of Tyrexpo India, part of the international Tyrexpo Series, kicks off today at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, India, alongside its colocated shows GarageXpo India 2018 and RubberTech India 2018. The country’s only trade show for the tyre community will be held over three days until 23 June 2018 and is expecting to play host to more than 4,000 trade visitors from across India and other countries.
Over 100 global brands including those from peripheral businesses such as tyre equipment and tools for manufacturing, tyre distribution, tyre re-treading and fleet operations are exhibiting at Tyrexpo India 2018. This dedicated platform explores new business opportunities, exchanges ideas, and showcases products, technologies and solutions relevant to the Indian automotive market.
The second edition of GarageXpo lndia, a highly specialised automotive repair and maintenance trade show in India, will co-Iocate with Tyrexpo India 2018. It serves as one of the event highlights to foster business relationships amongst the automotive repair and maintenance community in the Indian sub-continent.
Speaking to Ten News at Tyrexpo 2018
P K Ganguly, Head Marketing, BKT said, “we can expect Tyrexpo India and GarageXpo India 2018 to be bigger and better in terms of the representation of companies and industry participations. This platform serves as a one-stop solution for the tyre and automotive communities’ challenges, through exhibition and showcases, knowledge. So our Association with tyreexpo has been great till now.”
Baldeep Singh, Director, SingEx Speaking to Ten News on Tyre business in India, said, “Well this trade show extends its reach beyond the tyre industry ecosystem to support other industries such as construction, agriculture and mining. To start or be in Tyre Business you have to be intelligent, innovative and energetic, but you should not be totally consumed in your business. you have to look at the bigger picture and willing to forgo a quick profit, even spend money to build long term customer and community goodwill.”