Yokohama India Opens New YCN in Karnataka

Kushal Nagar, Karnataka,May, 2019: Yokohama India, a fully owned subsidiary of Yokohama Japan, has opened Exclusive outlet Yokohama Club Network (YCN) in Kushal Nagar, Karnataka with Coorg Wheel Alignment.


Coorg Wheel Alignment, one of leading Tyre dealers in Kushal Nagar have been in tyre business for almost 10 years and have got a very big and loyal customer base in the region. The YCN will also offer an array of services including Tyre Changing, Wheel Alignment, Wheel Balancing, Tyre Rotation, Nitrogen gas filling among other facilities.

Speaking at the opening Mr. M.K Appachu, Deputy General Manager, of Yokohama India said “As we are growing in terms of our presence across the country, we have partnered with dealers who have expertise. So that with collective efforts world class service can be provided to customers, and with this approach we have opened one more YCN in Karnataka.
Mr. Jagadeesh, Partner of Coorg Wheel Alignment,said “I have been dealing with Yokohama from last 5 years, the customer response for Yokohama tyres has been phenomenal and we get a lot of reference customers also for Yokohama tyres. Our customer’s satisfaction level encouraged us to partner with Yokohama and become YCN.

About the Yokohama Rubber Co.


The Yokohama Rubber Co., Ltd. has already crossed a milestone figure of completing globally 100 years. Yokohama tyres are now available in the Five Continents, 149 countries and regions. Globally is synonymous to motor sports, sole supplier to the FIA operated WTCC (WTRC from 2018).

About Yokohama India Pvt Ltd


Yokohama India Pvt Ltd. is 100% subsidiary of the Yokohama Rubber Co., Ltd. decided to foray into Indian market in 2007 and now running in its 11th year of successful operations. India being one of the fastest growing automobile markets made Yokohama India to start its 1st manufacturing plant in November 2014 and achieved the milestone figure of 1 millionth tyre production in year 2016. Production capacity expansion has already started owing to increasing demand for Yokohama tyres.