Globally, India is the largest consumer and exporter of three wheelers, having registered growth in both domestic sales and exports in the last decade.
Tata Motors appoints LLC ‘TML Truck Rus’ as its official distributor of Tata Motors’ commercial vehicles in the Russian Federation. TML Truck Rus is headquartered in Kazan, Republic of Tatarstan.
Daimler India Commercial Vehicles has now rolled out its first Left-Hand Drive (LHD) FUSO truck for export markets at its Oragadam plant. FUSO FJ (equivalent to a 2528C) heavy-duty truck will enter markets in Nigeria, Ethiopia and Egypt and continue its journey in further markets in Africa, Latin America, and Middle East.
Daimler India Commercial Vehicles (DICV) along with Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation (MFTBC) has started shipping DICV-made FUSO trucks to Indonesia, a key Asian market.
5th edition of Volvo Trucks India Fuel Watch competition was held at a Managuru coal mining site near Kothagudem earlier in June. 24 of the country’s best Volvo tipper operators in mining segment across India participated.
Heavy commercial vehicle (HCV) manufacturer, AMW Motors Ltd. has announced its agreement with L&T Finance for retail financing options to aid sales of its medium and heavy haulage vehicles and tippers range.
Ashok Leyland’s overseas business has surely had a shot in the arm with the latest order of 2,200 buses from the Government of Sri Lanka. The purchase order is one of the largest by Sri Lankan Transport Board (SLTB). Sri Lanka has for long turned to Indian manufacturers to meet the country’s transport needs, whether in commercial vehicles or passenger cars.
Daimler India Commercial Vehicles Pvt. Ltd has announced the launch of its DICV-made Fuso trucks in Bangladesh. This is DICV’s 6th market since exports began in May 2013. The new DICV-made FUSO trucks are designed and developed to meet Bangaldesh’ need for reliable and robust trucks.