The Michelin Tyres Dubai Al Quoz is one of the leading tyre companies in the UAE and they have many outlets across the country. They offer a wide range of products from passenger car tyres to specialist off-road tyres and provide an efficient, reliable service.
All you need to do is visit their website for more information about their product range and locations. Michelin Tyres Dubai Al Quoz is located in Al Quoz Road near the Dubai Military Hospital and Mall of the Emirates.
MOE Tyres is a subsidiary of the Mubadala Investment Company, set up in 2001.
The company has 6 showrooms and 5 warehouses across the UAE.
Its headquarters are situated in Abu Dhabi and there are 10 sales branches in Dubai, Ajman, Sharjah, Fujairah and Al Ain. MOE is currently the market leader for branded tyres in the UAE.
Michelin Tyres Dubai Al Quoz manufactures more than 50% of their products locally as well as importing from Europe and Japan. Their tire range covers passenger car, SUV and 4×4 tires. They have a wide distribution network for their products.
Michelin Tyres Dubai Al Quoz was awarded the “Best Sales & Marketing Initiative” at the Arabian Business Awards in 2006 and 2007. Their current overall market share is 28%.
They are currently using advertising campaigns that include billboards, radio adverts and interactive touch-screen displays in various shopping centers throughout the UAE.
All tires are distributed under the Michelin brand, but they are manufactured by a number of manufacturers. The following list shows the brands of tires currently being distributed in the UAE:
The main importers are:
Michelin Tyres Dubai Al Quoz are distributed by distributors, wholesalers and retailers in many countries using local brands. In some countries it may be hard to distinguish whether a retail outlet is selling a local product or a genuine Michelin product.
In one of the examples below, a Michelin-branded store was found to be selling Cartex tyres:
Michelin Tyres is active in philanthropic initiatives in various categories, including:
The Michelin Group is a major contributor to the global fight against hunger and malnutrition. For example, it supports a number of projects aimed at increasing availability of food and educating communities on how to use it more efficiently.
In the UAE, it has supported the launch of the Emirates. This program is managed by the Food Bank Organization, a non-profit organization set up in Dubai.
The aim of the program is to provide nutritious meals for children who are in need and not able to access school meals programs due to financial constraints.
In 2013, it launched an initiative called “Feeding People”. This was an activity that involved employees of the Michelin Tyres Dubai Al Quoz Group around the world volunteering at local community projects aimed at combating hunger and poverty.
The Michelin Foundation helps raise money for artistic and cultural projects worldwide, in particular with its “Artists in Action” program. In the UAE, its recent initiatives have included a concert by the late singer Celine Dion at the Dubai World Trade Center.
The Michelin Group has also supported a number of cultural initiatives in Dubai and other UAE cities since 2000. For example, it supported the Dubai Biennial, an international art exhibition that takes place every two years, and the Dubai Design Week.
The Michelin Group has also supported a number of other initiatives in the UAE, including ‘Thinking Together’, a partnership with Etihad Airways to promote reading amongst young children.
In 2008, it launched an initiative to increase the number of book stalls in Dubai and throughout the UAE.
The Michelin Group supports a program to promote the reading of poetry in Dubai and the UAE. The poetry festival is held every two years, and is now celebrating its fifth anniversary.
Michelin also runs an annual “Reading Around” program which encourages people to read more books and become more educated about their surroundings.
Michelin Tyres Dubai Al Quoz helps to publish a number of educational books that are distributed to schools in the UAE and around the region.
Michelin was one of the main sponsors of Dubai Expo 2020.
Michelin is one of the main sponsors of Formula-1 in Bahrain. Every year, they provide tyres for all the teams participating in the Bahrain Grand Prix and also run activities with fans on race day.
One of its employees is an official F-1 blogger and reports on F-1 activities from inside the paddock.
The Michelin Group is also active in other motorsports, including the Automobile Club de Monaco Grand Prix, the Dubai 24 Hour and the National Auto Sport Association (NASA).
The Michelin Group has been a sponsor of Formula One teams since it sponsored Ferrari from 1977 to 1995. Since 2005 it has supported all teams using its brand, including Red Bull Racing and Scuderia Toro Rosso (STR) since 2009. It also supports Ferrari’s junior team in GP3.