JK Tyre has 9 modern plants in India which are strategically located at:
- Mysore, Karnataka -3
- Banmore, Madhya Pradesh
- Kankroli, Rajasthan
- Chennai, Tamil Nadu
- Haridwar, Uttarakhand - 3
JK Tyre has also enhanced its global reach by taking over Tornel, a renowned Mexican company, which has 3 plants in Mexico. All of these plants are equipped with the world’s most advanced manufacturing and testing machines.
JK Tyre started manufacturing tyres in 1977 with a capacity of 0.5 million tyres per annum. It has grown multi-fold over the years, and currently has a capacity of more than 16.6 million tyres per annum from its 12 plants in India and Mexico. With the commissioning of the Greenfield Project in Chennai, the capacity across 12 plants has crossed the milestone of 20 million tyres per annum.
JK Tyre ,in April 2016, acquired Cavendish Industries Limited in Haridwar, UKD. While the acquisition added three modern plants to its portfolio taking the total count to 12, it helped the tyre major foray into the two/three wheeler segment as well.