Omni United Wins Fifth Consecutive Award - Tire Review Magazine

Omni United Wins Fifth Consecutive Award

For the fifth year in a row, Omni United has been recognized as one of the top 50 privately held firms in Singapore.

Anil Nagu (on left), group head strategy and finance, with Michael Cati, vice president of global sales with Omni United.

Omni United has been awarded the Enterprise 50 Award for the fifth year in a row. The award, presented in Singapore to the top 50 Singapore-based, privately held companies, recognizes organizations that contribute to the economic development of Singapore at home and overseas.

Over the last two years, Omni has had an aggressive growth and expansion strategy. It has invested in building its distribution business in the U.S. by acquiring well-established distribution companies. Omni has also been making significant upgrades to its product offering by adding new ranges and sizes to its flagship brand, Radar Tires. Omni has also launched two new proprietary brands, Patriot Tires and American Tourer Tires, in 2017.

The growing distribution business in the U.S. currently comprises of 20 distribution centers that serve over 15,000 retail outlets spanning 7 states within the West and Southwest regions. The Radar brand has also grown in other markets and now has a representation in over 80 countries worldwide.

“It has always been very humbling for me to be conferred with the E50 awards. What makes it special for the whole team this year is that we have been ranked among the top 50 for five consecutive years now and that validates that we are on the right path, not only in terms of our business strategy, but also in our efforts for social responsibility and giving back to the society. I am very thankful to the jury and team at E50 for recognizing our efforts, and we will strive to do better next year,” said G.S. Sareen, founder and CEO of Omni United.

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