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  • Tuesday, December, 2023| Today's Market | Current Time: 07:18:20
  • Launches two new Conti Premium Drive stores in the Thane District

    Further Expands Retail Presence in Western India, with recent expansion in Surat

    Stores to feature new Generation 6 range of passenger tyres – CC6, UC6 and AX6
    Mumbai: Leading premium tyre manufacturer Continental Tires inaugurated two new Conti Premium Drive (CPD) stores in Thane District, Mumbai. The stores will feature the brand’s premium tyres with a new range of products for their customers. The stores will also offer the latest equipment and technologies in tyre-related services for wheel balancing, wheel alignment, nitrogen, among other services.The new Continental CPD stores, Liberty Tyres and Pal Tyres are located in the Thane district. Along with their new range of passenger tyres, including the Generation6 – CC6, UC6 and AX6, the stores assure the best customer experience and after-sales service. Apart from CC6, UC6 and AX6, the stores will also feature products like CSC5, CCUHP, SC5 SUV which have cutting edge technology in the higher RIM Inches (17 inches and above).Engineered in Germany and designed in India, the Generation 6 tyres are made specifically for Indian roads. The stores promise to cater to the requirements of automobile enthusiasts and their customers. With an extensive floor size of 1000 sq feet and 900 sq feet respectively for Liberty Tyres and Pal Tyres, the stores will have a wide range of Continental products for Passenger cars, 4X4s and SUVs.Conti Premium Drive stores are Continental Tires’ Flagship stores. The store format has allowed the company to have a significant presence and influence in the Indian market since 2014. The new stores in the Mumbai region will help bring Continental India one step closer to their commitment “In the market, For the market” approach. Continental Tires will continue to focus on the Indian market with next-generation and innovative stores to serve their customers better.Speaking about two new CPD additions in Mumbai city, Rajnish Kochgave, Head Sales and Marketing, PLT division, Continental India said, “The two new store openings in Mumbai are sure to usher in a seamless, Integrated buying experience for tyres for automotive enthusiasts here. Stores are equipped not only with the latest technical know-how, but also with the expertise to recommend appropriate tyres after assessing customer needs. We are happy to have partnered with Liberty Tyres and Pal Tyres, who have about 30 and 50 years of understanding of this market, respectively. We wish to serve our customers with our modern technology and enhanced products.” Continental also recently launched two CPD stores in the city of Surat, Gujarat. The recent launches will assist Continental Tires India strengthen their western India retail presence and enable a deeper brand interaction with customers.
    Continental develops pioneering technologies and services for sustainable and connected mobility of people and their goods. Founded in 1871, the technology company offers safe, efficient, intelligent, and affordable solutions for vehicles, machines, traffic and transportation. In 2020, Continental generated sales of €37.7 billion and currently employs around 193,000 people in 58 countries and markets. In 2021, the company celebrates its 150th anniversary.The Tires business area has 24 production and development locations worldwide. Continental is one of the leading tire manufacturers with more than 56,000 employees and posted sales of €10.2 billion in 2020 in this business area. Continental ranks among the technology leaders in tire production and offers a broad product range for passenger cars, commercial and special-purpose vehicles as well as two-wheelers. Through continuous investment in research and development, Continental makes a major contribution to safe, cost-effective and ecologically efficient mobility. The portfolio of the Tires business area includes services for the tire trade and fleet applications, as well as digital management systems for tires.


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