Maxxis India, the Indian arm of the largest two-wheeler tyre manufacturer, conducted its dealers’ meet in Pune. The meet was attended by 45 dealers who were briefed on Maxxis’s world-class tyre range designed for diverse Indian applications and industry-best warranty policy and transparent claim resolution process. The company aims to on-board 1000 dealers PAN India by the end of 2018. During the 9 months of this year, it registered around 110 dealers across Maharashtra. Maxxis intends to capture market share of at least 15 percent of India’s 2-wheeler tyre market within 5 years.
Commenting on the event, Mr. Bing-Lin Wu, Retail Sales Head, Maxxis India, said, “At Maxxis, we believe that distributors and dealers are our brand partners in growth. Pune is one of our key markets in West region and we currently have over 22 dealers within the city. We have a total of 543 dealers across West India and have added around 110 dealers in Maharashtra within this year, our target is to expand our partner network in West region significantly by the end of this year.” The dealers, led by Mr. Chinathip Jaewtrakul (Tim) and Mr. Tanawut Kasemjindamai (Toni) of JTK Tyres Distributors Pvt. Ltd., Maxxis’s distributor in Maharashtra, were introduced to the latest products and solutions offered by Maxxis, including the industry-best 5+1 unconditional warranty with Maxxis 2-wheeler tyres.
Mr. Po-Yu (Jeremy) Hsu, Assistant Vice President, Service, Maxxis India said, “Maxxis has set high standards in providing benchmarked product quality and customer service globally. Customer focus remains a key driver for all our initiatives and we are committed to delivering to our customers in India the same world-class products and services that they expect and deserve. Today’s meet gives us a great platform to communicate Maxxis’s highest service quality to our dealer partners.” During the meet, dealers were also apprised of various dealer incentive programs and schemes. For those asking, Maxxis India inaugurated their first manufacturing facility in Sanand Gujarat in March this year and has plans to set up 5 more plants in India which will also cater to the 4-wheeler tyres market.