Apollo Tyres Shares-TS Harihar positive, target Rs 225-230

Apollo Tyres Shares

Apollo Tyres Shares

TS Harihar of HRBV Client Solutions has a positive view on Apollo Tyres Shares with a price target of Rs 225-230…


One the up and coming new boys in the tyre world is undoubtedly Apollo Tyres Shares.

They have taken the bull by the horns. As a result, and gone on a spending spree. Thus, with major expansion plans, this why the Apollo Tyres Shares are rising.

I do not particularly have any problems with this. As i think that the product is of excellent quality. In the UK they have joined forces with Vredestein.Hence, who have a manufacturing facility in Holland.

I have visited this factory on a few occasions. Consequently, was impressed with cleanliness and hygiene of the premises.Of course, something that was never associated with the with the production of tyres.

Apollo tyres are embarking on a three year deal with Manchester United. To help launch the Apollo brand here in the UK . The tyre company was first to make its tyres in Perambra, Kerala in India in 1976.Therefore, has since become the leading tyre maker. Thus, in the national Capitol Region of India. hence, and was soon to recognised for its excellent tyre products. For twenty years Apollo tyres kept them within the Indian economy, building their distinctive brand of tyre products and using good marketing initiatives to promote their products. Some of the things that the Indian company did were to promote a customer loyalty scheme and help establish better driving habits on the overcrowded Indian roads.

Apollo Tyres Shares

Vredestein tyres are world renowned for the excellence of their winter tyres. In my opinion i think that this is why they bought the dutch tyre company.