Apollo Tyres Wins 2020 National Intellectual Property Award - Tire Review Magazine

Apollo Tyres Wins 2020 National Intellectual Property Award

The company received the award on the basis of its intellectual property registrations, both in terms of quality and quantity.

Apollo Tyres won the National Intellectual Property Award for 2020 in the category of “Top Indian Company/Organization for Designs & Commercialism.” In a virtual awards ceremony held by the Indian Intellectual Property Office and Confederation of Indian Industry, Shri Piyush Goyal, Indian minister for commerce and industry, presented Apollo Chairman Onkar Kanwar with the award.

National intellectual property awards are conferred by India’s Office of Controller General of Patents, Designs and Trademarks, the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade and Ministry of Commerce to outstanding innovators, organizations and companies in the fields of patents, designs, trademarks and geographical indications.

Apollo Tyres received the award on the basis of the company’s intellectual property registrations, both in terms of quality and quantity. The company has filed for 75 design registrations cumulatively for India and abroad from 2017 to 2019.

You May Also Like

Aperia’s Halo Tire Inflator accrues over 100 billion miles

The company said its Halo Tire Inflator has saved over 716,000 metric tons of CO2.

Aperia-Halo-Tire-Inflator

Aperia Technologies revealed that its Halo Tire Inflator has traveled over 100 billion miles by customers spanning North America, Australia and Europe. According to Aperia, the Halo Tire Inflator is an inflation device that uses a wheel's rotation to maintain optimal tire pressure in dual and wide-base tires on tractors and trailers.

Electronic Specialties releases Pro Auto Test Lead Kit

The kit includes a full range of accessory test leads designed for automotive, heavy-duty and marine electrical troubleshooting

Electronic-Specialties-Test-Lead-Kit
Nokian Tyres produces first tire in new Romanian factory

The annual capacity of the Nokian Tyres Romania factory will be 6 million tires once the factory is fully operational.

Nokian-Tyres-Romania-factory
Rain Alliance launches the Rain RFID Training Program

The training program responds to the demand for certified practitioners who can offer vendor-agnostic skills.

Stock-Rain-Alliance-RFID-training
Wiygul Automotive Clinic to expand into Fauquier County, Virginia

The store is expected to open late this summer and will be the ninth location for the Wiyguls in the Washington Metropolitan area.

Wiygul-auto-clinic-expansion
Other Posts
Apollo Tyres launches Vredestein Ultrac Pro UUHP summer tire

The Vredestein Ultrac Pro is 13% lighter than its predecessor, comes in 18- to 24 in. sizes, and caters to a diverse array of vehicles.

Apollo-Ultrac-Pro
VIP Tires & Service technician reaches World Class Technician status

John Bemis is the seventh VIP employee to achieve World Class status.

VIP-Tire-John-Bemis
AME International introduces portable tire press for industrial tires

the company says this tool now supports a range of multi-piece industrial tire assemblies.

AME-Portable-Tire-Press
Scott’s U-Save Tires & Auto Repair acquires Knight Automotive

The company now has over 50 team members and the organization has 35 total service bays.

Scotts-Auto-Knight-Auto-acquisition