News & Events

ATMA Chairman delivers inaugural address at India Rubber Meet

The fifth edition of India Rubber Meet was held on 28 – 29 February 2020 at Mamallapuram Tamil Nadu with the theme ‘Rubber Resurgence Through Innovations’. Experts from across the world spoke on prospects of the rubber industry and allied topics.

Mr K M Mammen & Mr Anshuman Singhania re-elected as ATMA Chairman & Vice Chairman

Mr. K M Mammen, CMD, MRF Ltd and Mr Anshuman Singhania, Dy MD JK Tyre & Industries have been unanimously re-elected as Chairman and Vice Chairman of Automotive Tyre Manufacturers’ Association (ATMA), the national industry body for automotive tyre sector in India.

Mobile skill vans to train tyre mechanics in Tamil Nadu

Mobile skill training vans fitted with state-of-the-art tyre fitting equipment will be plying on the highways and transport hubs in Tamil Nadu and will train tyre mechanics.

Indo-Japanese meet at New Delhi on Tyre Safety & Sustainability aspects

A high-level delegation from the Japan Automobile Tyre Manufacturers Association ( JATMA) was in India on the invitation of Automotive Tyre Manufacturers Association (ATMA) for continued dialogue on aspects such as Tyre Safety, Tyre Labelling, Rolling Resistance, Tyres for Electric Vehicles etc.

ATMA In Media

Getting The Priority Sectors Right Post Lockdown
Business Standard, 19 June 2020

ATMA In Dialogue

ATMA asks for level playing field to double exports from India
For second successive year in FY 2018-19, the exports of automotive tyres from India went up in double digits in rupee terms, fresh data released by Ministry of Commerce has shown.

ATMA pitches for easing availability of NR for consuming interests
Sharp fall in domestic Natural Rubber (NR) production leading to widening gap between domestic demand and supply has left India’s Tyre Industry worried.

Articles

Finding a way out
Oct-Nov, 2019

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Headquartered in New Delhi (India), Automotive Tyre Manufacturers’ Association (ATMA) is amongst the most active and well known national industry bodies in the country. Being a representative body of eleven large tyre companies in India accounting for over 90% of tyre production, ATMA has been accorded the coveted status of true voice of the Indian tyre industry.

ATMA works towards promoting and safeguarding the interests of the tyre industry in India primarily by acting as conduit between the Government and the industry.

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From Chairman ATMA

Tyre Industry in India has the potential to lead the march of Indian manufacturing globally in the new world order. Amid new geo-political warfare, the world is keenly looking for alternatives to China for sourcing a host of products. This could be India’s moment if we are able to seize the opportunity by promoting those sectors that have earned wide acclaim and Tyre Industry certainly ranks high on that list.

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Indian Tyre Industry

Key Figures :
No. of Tyre Companies : 41
No. of Tyre Plants : 66
Industry Turnover 2019-20 (est.): Rs 60000 crore (US$ 8.5 Bn)
Policy Environment:

  • All categories of tyres can be exported freely.
  • All categories of new tyres can be imported freely. No WTO Bound Rates for tyres and tubes.

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Tyre Safety Campaigns

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Tyre Care & Safety is central to ATMA’s array of functions. Over the last few years, ATMA (along with its technical wing ITTAC) is intensely involved in creating awareness on Tyre Care & Road safety through On-ground activationsTyre clinicsSafety seminarsMass media messaging,  Social media campaignsParticipation at exposLaunch of safety calendarsAnimation filmsJingles and other possible interfaces to reach out to motorists.

During this journey several leading organisations including InfosysHonda CarsISRPLPipapav PortIndian OilHaryana Tourism & Haryana Transport Department etc have join hands with ATMA for tyre safety training for Passenger as well as Commercial vehicles . A nation-wide School/ College Connect programme has been launched so as to create a sense of Tyre & Road Safety amongst students.

Should you be keen to organize a Tyre Care & Road Safety awareness drive for your organization/ institute, please click here for details.

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ATMA Research, the information research wing of ATMA has developed a comprehensive and research based in-depth data base on various aspects (Production, Taxation, Imports, Exports etc) of tyre industry and its rich value chain – Natural Rubber & other Raw Materials besides Automotive Sector, Road Transport etc.

Representing 95% of the tyre industry in India, ATMA is recognised as authoritative source of statistical information by the Government, Media, Tyre Industry Raw Material Suppliers and other stakeholders of the industry.

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