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CEAT Launches First Truck Service Hub in Kolkata

CEAT Launches First Truck Service Hub in Kolkata

Snapshot: CEAT Truck Service Hub (TSH) has a tyre display area interspersed with customer seating areas and a huge space for multiple trucks to be serviced

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CEAT limited has launched the company’s first Truck Service Hub (TSH) in Kolkata. CEAT Truck Service Hub (TSH) would serve as a one-stop destination for all the truck owners to provide exclusive services related to wheel alignment, balancing, tyre health inspection along with the sale of CEAT Truck and Bus tyres. It is a state of art facility which has a tyre display area interspersed with customer seating areas and a huge space for multiple trucks to be serviced simultaneously. Just so you know, Mumbai head-quartered CEAT, the flagship company of the Rs 22,000-crore RPG Enterprises, was established in 1958.

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Speaking on this inaugural event, Nitish Bajaj, Vice President-Marketing, CEAT Limited, said: “With this initiative, we hope to equip the truck owners with the best servicing needs and the sale of tyres, all under one roof. We have commenced our first Truck Service Hub with state of art facilities in Kolkata. Going forward, we will be expanding our network to various regions all over India, thereby enhancing the service experience to various truck owners across the country.” The Truck Service Hub enables regular tyre check-up which is of paramount importance as irregular wheel alignment or balancing could lead to an uneven tyre wear and also diminishes the life of the tyre.

With the services provided at Truck Service Hub (TSH), CEAT aims at ensuring the safety of the truck owners on the lengthy and tiresome highway journeys. CEAT is one of India’s leading tyre manufacturers and has strong presence in global markets. CEAT produces over 15 million tyres a year and offers the widest range of tyres to all segments and manufactures world-class radials for: heavy-duty trucks and buses, light commercial vehicles, earthmovers, forklifts, tractors, trailers, cars, motorcycles and scooters as well as auto-rickshaws.

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