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Tubeless Tire Trends

  • ID: 2775586
  • Report
  • 12 Pages
  • Global Industry Analysts, Inc
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Tubeless Tires are the tires, which do not include any tube as the air is enclosed between the tire wall and the rim. Tubeless tires include an airtight valve assembly, which firmly fits into the rim or is tightly fixed using nut and sealing washers. Tubeless tires are comparatively safer than tube tires as these tires deflate at a slower pace, provided a sharp object such as glass, nail or thorn is not removed leaving the hole exposed.

The report analyzes and presents an overview of Tubeless Tires market worldwide. The report provides a review of benefits, types of Tubeless Tires and the Indian market Scenario. The report highlights on various strategic industry activities of major companies witnessed by the industry over the last few years.

In addition, 38 companies operating in the Tubeless Tires arena worldwide are profiled, including

- Apollo Tyres Ltd.
- Bridgestone Corporation
- Hutchinson SA
- Maxxis International
- Michelin Group
- Kamaz Inc.
- Schwalbe North America
- Wilderness Trail Bikes Inc.

... and others.
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Tubeless Tires - Introduction
Tubeless Tires - Types
Tubeless Tires - Benefits
Tubeless Tires - Indian Market Scenario
Leading Tubeless Tyres Makers in India


Apollo Tyres and Cooper Tire & Rubber Enter into Definite Merger Agreement
Maxxis Introduces New Line of Tubeless Ready Mountain Bike Tires
Michelin Group Establishes Tire Manufacturing Facility in China
Michelin Launches the Michelin X-Multi D for Trucks and Buses
Schwalbe Unveils The Ultremo ZX Tubeless Tire
Hutchinson SA Launches Two New Tubeless Tires
KAMAZ Selects Solid Metal Cord Tires of Nizhnekamskshina for Commercial Vehicle Production
Bontrager Introduces R-Series Road TireLine
Wilderness Trail Bikes Unveils Stryker Wheel Set


American Classic (USA)
American Kenda Rubber (USA)
Apollo Tyres Ltd. (India)
Belshina OJSC (Belarus)
Bridgestone Corporation (Japan)
Casumina (Vietnam)
Continental AG (Germany)
Dunlop India Ltd. (India)
Falcon Tyres Ltd. (India)
Genco Inddustrial Group (China)
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company (USA)
Hankook Tire Group (South Korea)
HongKong Liantian Tire & Rubber International Co., Ltd. (China)
Hutchinson SA (France)
Hwa Fong Rubber Ind. Co., Ltd. (Taiwan)
IRC Tire (Japan)
JK Tyre & Industries Ltd. (India)
Kamaz, Inc. (Russia)
Matador Tyres (UK)
Maxxis International (Taiwan)
Michelin Group (France)
MRF Ltd. (India)
Pirelli & C. SpA (Italy)
Qingdao Qihang Tyre Co., Ltd. (China)
Ralf Bohle GmbH (Germany)
RPC Trekol LLC (Russia)
Sameer Africa Ltd. (Kenya)
Schwalbe North America (USA)
Shandong Wanda BOTO Tyre Co., Ltd. (China)
Sinotyre International Co., Ltd. (China)
South China Tire & Rubber Co., Ltd. (China)
The Yokohama Rubber Co., Ltd. (Japan)
Toyo Tyre & Rubber Australia Ltd. (Australia)
Trek Bicycle Corporation (Bontrager) (USA)
Trek Bicycle Corporation Ltd. (UK)
Tufo (Czech Republic)
TVS Srichakra Ltd. (India)
Wilderness Trail Bikes, Inc. (USA)

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