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Tata Motors to supply 1000 school buses to Saudi Arabia PDF Print E-mail

Tata Motors has entered into an agreement with Hafil Transport of Saudi Arabia to supply 1,000 air-conditioned school buses. The delivery of the buses will begin in April 2010 and will be completed during the year.

The buses will be used to transport girl students studying in schools operated under the country’s Ministry of Education.

Tata Motors Passenger Car Division launches ‘Tata Motors Service Edge’ for leading edge customer service PDF Print E-mail

Tata Motors today formally announced the launch of Tata Motors Service Edge, a comprehensive customer service initiative. Tata Motors Service Edge is constructed on three core customer-desired service attributes -- ‘Response in minutes, resolve in hours’; ‘Service with unmatched reliability’ and ‘Assured value for money’. A host of distinctive facilities are being offered to deliver each of these attributes to customers in the company’s nationwide service network of 800 service centres spread across 500 cities and towns.

Tata Motors plans assembly plant in South Africa PDF Print E-mail

India's largest truck maker Tata Motors is gearing up for an African Safari. The auto giant is setting up an assembly unit in South Africa for a range of vehicles, government sources tell ET NOW.

When contacted Tata Motors spokesperson said, "Tata Motors does not have any information to share with you now. All we can tell you is that in Africa, for both commercial vehicles and passenger vehicles, our largest export market is South Africa."

Tata Motors launches the all-new Tata Indigo e-CS, the most fuel efficient sedan in the country PDF Print E-mail

Tata Motors launched its all new Tata Indigo e-CS, the most fuel-efficient sedan in the country, with a host of exciting features. Built on the existing Tata Indigo platform, the Tata Indigo e-CS succeeds the highly successful Tata Indigo CS, the most compact sedan in the world, which became a best seller in the first year of its launch in 2008, and opened up a completely new market for upwardly mobile young professionals.

Tata Motors forays into combat vehicles for defence sector PDF Print E-mail

Tata Motors today announced the launch of a Mine Protected Vehicle, as part of its strategy to enhance the scope of its defence business right up to frontline combat vehicles. The company has displayed the vehicle at the ongoing DEFEXPO India 2010.

The company, which has been a supplier to India’s defence and paramilitary forces since 1958, already offers an extensive portfolio of troop carriers and logistics vehicles. The launch of combat and tactical vehicles and equipment will allow it to leverage the entire defence mobility spectrum.