With the last Tyrexpo India exhibition in June 2016 concluding on a high note, the key sourcing platform for the tire and related industries will be back in Chennai Trade Centre for another three days of intensive business and networking session from July 11-13, 2017.
Organized by Singex Exhibitions, the fifth edition of the Tyrexpo India continues to be the dedicated trade exhibition for India’s tires, automotive repair and maintenance, and tire accessories market, where more than 3,000 industry players from within India and the surrounding regions will converge, explore new business opportunities, exchange ideas, and view new products, technologies and solutions relevant to the India market.
Many renowned national and international players like BKT, LingLong Tyres, Sarveshwari Technologies Ltd, Oriental Carbon & Chemicals Ltd. and the newest edition to the show – L&T Rubber Processing Machinery -- will be participating at the show as exhibitors, among many others.
Making its entrance this year is the inaugural GarageXpo India. Held alongside Tyrexpo India, GarageXpo India brings together the automotive aftermarket communities in India showcasing the latest automotive repair and maintenance equipment, technologies and trends.
New event highlights include the “TyreTalk” and “GarageTalk” where a broad range of topics will be covered, ranging from contemporary issues relating to tires, workshops, issues affecting the trade, and future technologies and trends. You also can witness first-hand the latest product demonstration through the Tyrexpo/GarageXpo Technical Workshop over all three days to maximize your visit at the show. Another exciting highlight is the presentation of TRiLA Awards, which aims to bring to the forefront the talent, achievement, excellence and quality from within tire and associated industries to share their achievements with the rest of the world.
Tyrexpo India is an event part of the Tyrexpo Series exhibitions held in various parts of the world -- Singapore, India (Chennai and New Delhi), South Africa and the United Kingdom, to help drive the industry forward and seize growth opportunities.
According to the India Tyre Market Forecast and Opportunities, 2020 report, the tire market in India is expected to be dominated by the two-wheeler tire segment, in volume terms, through to 2020. Rising vehicle sales, including two wheelers, passenger cars, light commercial vehicles, medium and heavy commercial vehicles, three-wheelers and OTR vehicles, coupled with the country’s overall automotive fleet being in excess of 150 million vehicles, have established the country as one of the largest tire markets in Asia-Pacific.