Apollo On A Roll Now
Business India, February 07, 2010 Apollo Tyres is systematically building global scale operations in its quest to reach out to global markets.
Treading With Dynamics
The relationship between rubber and vehicle dynamics
Apollo Treads Fast
Apollo Tyres held the second round of the Vehicle Dynamics Workshop at the MMST in Chennai. ZigWheels Chief Road Tester Dilip Desai talks us through the experience.
Complex and highly technical, the rubber that your car rides on should be just as high tech as your new car. Here's stuff you should look for in your new tyres.
Strategies For Growth In Hard Times
Tough times rarely come announced or follow a pattern. Each is different and requires varying sets of people to act.
Apollo's European Journey
From a small village tucked away amid coconut and rubber plantations in the southern Indian state of Kerata, Apollo Tyres has grown dramatically in the past 34 years with market presence in over 70 countries
Satish Sharma, Apollo's head of Indian operations, reveals how he is making the company's Chennai plant a world leader in automation.
Apollo's Play In Europe
The father and son duo of Onkar and Neeraj Kanwar are staking their firm's future in Europe, the grazing ground of the biggest global brands.
'We hope to meet 15-20 percent of NR needs from own plantations.'
Interview: Neeraj Kanwar
In a candid conversation with Hormazd Sorabjee at this year's Geneva Motor Show, Apollo Tyres' MD reveals how he plans to make an impact in Euripe's mature market, increase R&D activity, and also break into the Top 10 global tyremakers chart.
Interview: Onkar Kanwar
Tire Technology International. Indian powerhouse Apollo Tyres continues to close the gap between it and the world's elite tire makers. The key European market is now firmly in the sights of chairman Onkar Kanwar
Interview: Satish Sharma
Commercial Vehicle Satish Sharma, Chief India Operations, Apollo Tyres tells us that exports and the aftermarket have been compensating well for inconsistent OEM demand.
Interview: Neeraj Kanwar
Autocar Professional Apollo Tyres' managing director on his company's global vision including the R&D strategy, benefits of FTAs and the global tyre industry.
Apollo Tyres Coverage in Forbes India
Forbes India "I was a novice in the business and that was to be my biggest advantage"
Outlook Business Will the Cooper Tire buyout fast-track Apollo's growth or will it prove to be a millstone?
The Deal That Wasn't
Forbes India The $2.5 billion Apollo-Cooper marriage was called off before they could say 'I do'. Both parties are aggrieved, and everyone, it seems, is to blame. Together, they would have become the 7th largest tyre company in the world. But, as this reconstruction of events indicates, they let the roadblocks puncture that ambition.
We Are Going in Full Steam For Organic Growth
Defusing The Highway HIV Bomb
Mumbai Mirror A corporate AIDS awareness and prevention programme seeks to tame the killer disease among the vulnerable trucker population, a significant percentage of which is HIV-positive.
The Economic Times
The Kanwar Comeback: A year ago, investors were panning Apollo Tyres' $2.5 billion bid to buy Cooper Tire as reckless. The deal failed. But the Apollo Tyres stock has almost tripled in the past year
Neeraj Kanwar's pursuit of building a global company Ambitious Plans: The setback from Cooper Tires has not deterred Kanwars
The Financial Express
Apollo Tyres' Tour de Euro
Challenges of Hiring for a Global Enterprise Apollo Tyres' Chief Human Resources Officer, on her priorities for HR at the company, resource planning and women in the workforce
The Strategist, Business Standard
Going Against Tradition Winning over employee trust and reacting quickly to market demands helped Apollo Tyres move ahead during the uncertain economic environment of the seventies
We have a product map for the next 10 years for different markets
The Times of India
Apollo Tyres forays into the two-wheeler tyre segment
Apollo Tyres' Neeraj Kanwar eyes US market once again
Hindu Business Line
'You need to have a market ready when tyres start rolling out'
Hindu Business Line
Brexit has not hurt us
Apollo Tyres launches three new TBRs
Getting a global grip Apollo Tyres has emerged stronger from its trials and is straddling international and Indian markets with elan
In Sync with Sustainability
After gaining sizeable market share in India, Neeraj Kanwar, Vice Chairman & Managing Director, Apollo Tyres is seeking a premium position in Europe
Indian/International Rubber Journal
One is falling short of adjectives to adequately describe the remarkable progress of Apollo in a relatively short span of 40 years...
Apollo strives to build brands: Tyre maker is focusing on product, market and reach to realise its Vision 2020
Onkar S Kanwar on 'The Best Management Lesson I Learnt'
Onkar S Kanwar on 'What To Expect in 2018'