Apollo Tyres awarded Best Workplace

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India-based Apollo Tyres was awarded the Best Workplace title this year for the second time, a press release said today. More than 700 companies competed for the prize, however, the final list contained only 100 companies.

“Apollo Tyres has received recognition many times in India and the Netherlands as an employer, and our goal is to compete for the title in Hungary as in 2017,” Tibor Bányai, the HR Director of the company, said.


Apollo Tyres is building its first European greenfield plant in Hungary, which is expected to launch production in 2017. The company is currently seeking fresh engineer graduates and colleagues with a secondary school leaving exam.

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