JK Tyre inaugurated its 12th brand shop for commercial vehicles in Maharashtra | Autocar Professional

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JK Tyre & Industries inaugurated its 12th brand shop for commercial vehicles in Maharashtra, operated by ARM Logistic Solutions.

Spread over 4,500 square feet and located on State Highway 48 (Panvel-Kanyakumari), the facility features a wide range of standard and smart tyres for commercial vehicles, advanced wheel servicing equipment, qualified technical advisors, and an experience zone showcasing the attributes of JK Tyre’s exclusive stores, the press release noted.

Anuj Kathuria, President (India), JK Tyre & Industries Ltd., said, “At JK Tyre, we prioritise a customer-first approach by addressing their needs with innovative, high-quality products and exceptional after-sales service. We operate an extensive network of over 800 brand shops across various formats—Truck Wheels, Steel Wheels, and Xpress Wheels—throughout India, providing top-notch in line services.”

“The launch of our new brand shop highlights our commitment to providing premium products and services to our esteemed customers. Maharashtra, being a key market for commercial vehicles, holds significant importance for us, and we aim to extend our presence in the region through this new facility. With ARM Logistics Solutions, we look forward to strengthening our commitment to delivering innovation, quality, and convenience to our customers,” he further added.

The launch of the new Brand Shop in Maharashtra is in line with the company’s aim to bolster its retail presence in the state and across the country. These services include computerised wheel alignment, tyre rotation, nitrogen inflation, and tyre inflation, all performed under one roof to give the customer a 360-degree experience.

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