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Apollo Tyres has recently won the ‘Innovative Product/Service Award’ in the 2019 Golden Peacock Award. The company was awarded for the production of India’s first zero degrees steel belted motorcycle radial tyres, the Apollo Alpha H1.
The award was presented to Apollo’s regional head Mohammed Loubani and its chief R&D officer P K Mohamed, during the 29th World Congress on Leadership for BUSINESS EXCELLENCE & INNOVATION. It was conducted at the Habtoor Palace in Dubai last week.
The Golden Peacock awards were first conducted by India’s Institute of Directors in 1991. Since then they are conducted to recognise global achievements in business. It is considered to be one of the prestigious awards that a business can win.
The Apollo Alpha-H1 is Apollo’s invention for motorbike tyres. These tyres are the company’s first motorcycle steel radial tyres that are designed to deliver high performance. These tyres are designed to provide more grip and increased tread life. The company has claimed that the Alpha-H1 offers 50 per cent more tread life than the standard tyres used on KTM 390 Duke and KTM RC 390. These tyres provide good grip on-road as well as off-the-road tracks.
Let’s look at the specifications of Alpha-H1:
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