In India, rubber is a big industry. Eventually, India will surpass China in global economic power. Rubber is a major industry in India. Most of it comes from Kerala, but production in the northeast region of India is growing.
Market share for commercial vehicles is held by India, which is also second in market share for two-wheelers. Transport infrastructure spending by the government has increased bus manufacturing by 33% in the last two years. These are the country’s top seven rubber manufacturers as of 2022.
1. Rubfila International Limited
Rubfila International Limited (RIL) is India’s only maker of talcum-based and silicon-coated rubber threads. Products meet international quality standards and are popular in India and beyond. RIL makes fishing, catering, meat wrapping, medical webbing, and bungee jumping wires. RIL is renowned for making 8 and 110 counts of thread.
It’s all about policy quality
To consistently deliver high-quality goods to both internal and external customers by always upgrading and doing everything correctly the first time, every time.
Its proactive production improves environmental quality. They try by:
- Respecting environmental regulations and other commitments.
- Reducing resource use and land, air, and water emissions throughout the process.
RIL is involved in a variety of social initiatives and has a clear plan to assist education, healthcare, and development programs. RIL has helped poor children’s education and also helps technical and management students obtain real-world experience.
RIL is the first rubber thread plant to be ISO 9001 certified. It follows the system meticulously to provide high-quality service.
2. PIX Transmissions Ltd
PIX Transmissions Ltd. is India’s leading maker of belts and power transmission equipment. There are state-of-the-art Belt manufacturing and Rubber Mixing facilities at the company.
PIX Transmissions Ltd. is a prominent local and global brand in Power Transmissions. In addition to 250 Channel Partners in 100 countries, the corporation has European and Middle Eastern subsidiaries.
PIX is cutting-edge. One of the world’s most reliable manufacturers thanks PIX’s continuous investment in technology, design expertise, and state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities. The company’s automated Mixing plant and ultramodern production facilities emphasize automation and quality. This gives the company a strong value proposition.
PIX has an amazing support infrastructure in the UK, Germany, and the UAE due to its global customer base. A Distribution Center is on-site in each location to assist with operational, commercial, and logistical needs. PIX is among the few companies in its area with a well-developed international network.
By using industry standards, rigorous processes, and strong business principles to expand, PIX fosters a culture of strong organizational management, keeping the objectives of its consumers, employees, investors, and stakeholders in mind. PIX is aware of its corporate social duty and works to be safe, ethical, and environmentally friendly.
3. Indag Rubber Limited (IRL)
As part of a joint venture between the Khemka Group and the Bandag Inc. of the United States, the Indag Rubber Limited (IRL) was established in July 1978. It was listed on the BSE in 1984.
They produce tyre envelopes as well as pre-cured tread rubber and unvulcanized rubber stripe gum. An impressive capacity of 13,800 metric tons of tread rubber and 300 kilograms of rubber cement may be found at the Nalagarh (Himachal Pradesh) production facility.
Despite the fact that the company possessed a facility in Rajasthan’s Bhiwadi, it was not operational. Procured tread sales contribute to 90% of the company’s income.
Quality Control Procedures and Policy
It is used for testing and creating new chemicals in a lab located close to industrial locations. Rubber chemists and technicians work in Indag Rubber’s lab.
Over a century of combined expertise and a degree from India’s most prestigious institute of technology are employed by their personnel.
Indag Rubber is an ISO 9001:2000 certified company, and all of its products are thoroughly tested to ensure quality. Raw materials and final examination are required for all goods.
4. Harrisons Malayalam Ltd
Founded in Kochi, Kerala, 150 years ago, Harrisons Malayalam is a member of the RPG Group and a long-established Indian agricultural business. Harrisons Malayalam, a joint venture between Malayalam Plantations and Harrison & Crossfield’s other Indian businesses, will be established next year. When Sanjiv Goenka became Chairman of the RPG Group in 1988, it was purchased by the RPG Group.
Suryanelli, Kumbazha, and Achor are among the company’s ten tea and ten rubber plantations. More than 100,000 people in rural Kerala are directly or indirectly dependent on this business, which directly or indirectly employs 13,000 people.
5. GRP Ltd
Recycling rubber from old tires and improving polyamide from nylon waste have been the mainstays of GRP Ltd’s business since its founding in 1974. The company’s eight Indian factories have a total capacity of 72,000 MT per year and supply the worldwide polymer industry.
All of GRP’s reclamation rubber manufacturing plants are IATF and ISO-compliant. Reclaim Rubber’s EU-approved products are REACH-registered (EU). Since 1978, GRP has been traded on the Bombay Stock Exchange.
6. Modi Rubber Ltd.
In 1971, Modi Rubber Limited (MRL) was established to manufacture tyres and tubes for automobiles. Meerut, Partapur, and Modinagar, all in Uttar Pradesh’s district of Ghaziabad, were all home to MRL’s manufacturing facilities.
The technological development of the tyres was aided by Continental AG of Germany. Additional Indian businesses were able to build up joint ventures with overseas partners to produce float glass, resin-coated sand, hair salons and academies, and other businesses with the support of foreign partners.
7. Apollo Tyres Ltd.
Apollo Tyres Limited is based in Gurugram, Haryana. The first plant opened in Perambra, Kerala, in 1972. (India). The corporation has five Indian, one Dutch, and one Hungarian factory. In India, it has around 2,500 exclusive dealerships. India contributes 69% of the company’s sales, Europe 26%, and other areas 5%. Apollo entered two-wheeler contract manufacturing in March 2016.
As of April of this year, the company’s second European manufacturing facility had officially opened its doors to the general public. Stock in Apollo Tyres Ltd. rose to new heights in February 2021. Apollo tyres are sold in Europe by Apollo and Vredestein. The Netherlands and Hungary are home to the company’s tyre facilities.