Tenneco Automotive India Pvt Ltd. has announced the opening
of its fourth Monroe Brand Store at Hyderabad in Telangana State. Prior to
this, Tenneco has opened stores in Mumbai, Ghaziabad near Delhi and Guwahati.
The Monroe Brand Store was opened in partnership with Monroe distributor
M/s.Arvind Auto Agencies. Pankaj Kapoor Deputy Managing Director, Tenneco
Automotive India Pvt Ltd. inaugurated the store in the presence of Arvind Jally
of Arvind Auto Agencies.
Monroe currently offers the widest shock and strut product
range to the Indian automotive market with applications for all types of
vehicles – from passenger cars, SUVs, two & three wheelers, off-road, light
commercial vehicles, medium and heavy-duty trucks. Monroe products are
available for more than 86 pc of the cars running on Indian roads. This
coverage is set to increase as the company continues to add new domestic and
international vehicle references, leveraging both its domestic production
capacity and that of Tenneco's facilities in other parts of the world, said a
press release issued by the company.
The Monroe brand has been growing strongly in India over the
last few years, and it is being accepted as similar to OE spares in the aftermarket
due to quality, reliability and service. "Over the last three years, our
growth rate has outpaced that of the market. We are on track to reach the
number one position in the Indian After market with our Monroe brand, the
position we already enjoy in North America and Europe," added Kapoor.
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