India, August 18, 2022: Indian Tyre major and the market leader in Truck Bus Radial segment, JK Tyre & Industries Ltd. today launched two new product offerings – Jetsteel JDH XM and Jetway JUC XM thereby further expanding their radial tyre portfolio.
To capitalize on growth opportunities and overcome the rising input costs incurred by transporters, JK Tyre has developed these products in order to ensure long-term benefits to its customers.
Catering to the increasing demand for All-Wheel Fitment tyres in the market along with customer’s expectations of a longer tyre life – the company has introduced its Next-Gen Semi-Lug tyre Jetway JUC XM. Equipped with even-wear characteristics, the Jetway JUC XM is specifically designed to provide a premium tyre life ensuring better fuel efficiency thus reducing the cost of ownership for truck owners.
In addition to the JUC XM tyre, the company also introduced Jetsteel JDH-XM to cater to Long-Haul application in the country. JDH-XM, with its unique tread compound and high tread depth is designed to deliver high tyre life. Fitted with the segment first “Jet-OCT” technology, the tyre is capable of delivering high casing strength resulting in higher retreadability.
Speaking on the new launch, Mr. Anuj Kathuria, President (India), JK Tyre & Industries Ltd, said, “The tyre industry landscape in India is constantly evolving with the advent of new technologies and norms being introduced. Being at the forefront of advanced technological developments, we at JK Tyre are committed to introduce and offer our customers with the best in class products by always staying ahead of the curve. The eastern market is an evolving opportunity for us and we are diligently working towards developing products that ensure higher longevity with reduction in costs. We are confident that our new product offerings will further strengthen our position in the region.”
Having an in-depth understanding of the current load and road conditions, the company has developed these tyres in order to handle the rub-offs caused due to the increase in movements of goods like FMCG, e-commerce goods, perishable goods and industrial goods.