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SOP Manual for Tire Dealers

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This SOP article elaborates an examined report on “Tire Dealers”. This industry primarily involved in sales and distribution of new or used tires and also, combinedly engaged in automotive repair services. Increasing growth in automobile industry, rising economic conditions in emerging country, urbanisation, and continuous production of advanced tires these are the major facts which influence the growth of global tire dealer’s industry market. Some companies in this industry are also perform as a franchise for leading tire producer, where this premises sell single brand of tires. Owing to the huge population and large vehicle consumption, Asia-Pacific especially India and China lead the global tire dealer industry market in terms of sales and revenue generation, and followingly, North America region dominates next in the list. Innovative business and sales strategy determine the profitability of the individual companies. So, the industries are focusing on to establish a unique strategy to compete with the other competitors.  Comparingly, passenger car and two-wheeler are the major segments, which drives a huge demand for the tires and its industry service in the global market. Advanced technological machines play a key role in enhancing the operation of tire dealing or repairing process, where they are majorly used for its efficient operation and also, it reduces the time consumption. Owing to the rising demand in automobile sectors, the global tire dealers industry market is anticipated to reach an annual revenue of $267 billion by the year 2022, with a growing CAGR of 3.4%.

Typical Types of Tires:

  • All-Season Tires
  • All-Terrain Tires
  • Low Profile Tires
  • Mud Tires
  • Performance Tires
  • Run-Flat Tires
  • Snow/Winter Tires
  • SUV Tires
  • Truck Tires

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Industry process:

Tire is an external component used in automobile for various functions including supporting the weight of the vehicle, protecting the wheel rim, performs to be a flexible cushion, and transmitting acceleration and braking to the ground. Owing to these facts, the tire is considered as a part and parcel component for the automobile industry. So, leading automobile industries are investing huge on tire manufacturing industry to produce tire with higher quality. Based on the ownership, this industry is classified into two segments such as own dealership and franchising dealers. The industry operation starts with product acquisition, where they purchase the product either from wholesaler or directly form the manufacturers. In some case, the leading manufacturers act as a direct dealer in order to avoid intermediate expenses and also, to maintain the relationship with the end use customers. This industry also generate revenue through various process such as additional automobile repairs, exchanging of old tires and selling them to tire re-treading industry, and sales of other automobile related products. Finally, the tires are inspected and allowed for sales and distribution.


International Standard and Association Regarding this Industry:

Leading Tire Producers and Distributors in the world:

Journals and Magazine Related to this Industries:

SOP Manual for Tire Dealers

Research By : Udhay Sankar

 

Tags: SOP, Tire Dealers

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