Industry body Automotive Tyre Manufacturers' Association (ATMA) today announced that MRF Ltd CMD K M Mammen has been elected as its Chairman.
Satish Sharma, President (Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa) Apollo Tyres Ltd has been elected as Vice Chairman of ATMA, the body of tyre manufacturers said in a statement.
Mammen will take over from Raghupati Singhania, who is also the Chairman and Managing Director of JK Tyres & Industries Ltd.
He has held various executive positions in business associations in the country, including President of the Indo Australian Chamber of Commerce. He is currently an executive member on the board of FICCI and a member on the Board of the Madras Christian College, the statement added.
Eleven tyre companies comprising Indian and international tyre majors and representing over 90 per cent of production of tyres in India are members of ATMA. These include Apollo Tyres, Birla Tyres, Bridgestone India, Ceat, Continental India, Goodyear India, JK Tyre & Industries, Michelin, MRF, TVS Tyres and Yokohama.
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