Apollo Tires Ltd is riding high on the tailwinds of lower input costs. In the September quarter (Q2FY24), consolidated Ebitda margin rose 160 basis points (bps) sequentially and 650 bps year-on-year to 18.5%. Natural rubber, synthetic rubber and carbon black are the main inputs for tire makers. In addition, other costs were 2% lower year on year.
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