Vikrant, a manufacturing facility owned by JK Tyre in Mysore, accomplished 25 yrs of its journey because the homegrown tyre maker took more than the plant in 1997 and turned it into a state-of-the-artwork facility. To day, JK Tyre has invested near to Rs. 2,000 crore to modernise and extend the producing facility though furnishing direct and indirect employment to approximately 15,000 men and women in Karnataka. The plant by itself has permitted the firm to add more than Rs. 8,000 crore to the Point out exchequer.

Raghupati Singhania, Chairman & Managing Director, JK Tyre & Industries Ltd, explained, “Starting in 1977 when we set up our initially tyre plant in Rajasthan with an yearly capability of 5 lakh tyres, we have occur a lengthy way. In 1997, we took about the point out-owned Vikrant plant and turned it into a point out-of-the-art facility. Now, Vikrant is a testimony of our expansion story in India and serves an critical job within JK Tyre creation services of 12 Crops across geographies.”

Acknowledged as a green business, JK Tyre has embraced sustainability as a way of daily life-primarily based on the 5 P platform i.e. Individuals, Planet, Course of action, Item and Prosperity. The organization has undertaken various plans, such as adult literacy and skill growth at the Mysuru Central Jail, rejuvenation of 9 lakes and 34 farm ponds in Mysuru and in Hunsuk taluk, in addition to animal husbandry, floriculture, mango tree plantation to support livelihood.

Less than the Swachh Bharat campaign, about 1,000 bathrooms were being constructed, making 15 villages open up-defecation totally free. Various government primaries and higher major colleges have been renovated to deliver primary education and learning in Mysuru.