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Tata Motors Hosts ‘Small Commercial Vehicle Application Expo’

Tata Motors will showcase a range of fully built applications on its popular ACE brand of mini-trucks.

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Updated:January 31, 2017, 6:31 PM IST
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Tata Motors Hosts ‘Small Commercial Vehicle Application Expo’
Small Commercial Vehicles Appication Expo was held by Tata Motors. (Photo: Tata Motors)
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Furthering initiatives for an enhanced customer purchase experience around its popular range of ACE Small Commercial Vehicles (SCV), Tata Motors recently hosted its ‘Small Commercial Vehicle Application Expo’ in Mumbai. The company plans to take it to 30 locations pan India.

At the ‘Small Commercial Vehicle Application Expo’ Tata Motors will showcase a range of fully built applications on its popular ACE brand of mini-trucks, with 11 fully built last mile solutions, ranging from Steel Containers, Refrigerated Containers, Insulated Containers, Hoppers, Box Tippers, Water-Tankers and a Cafeteria-on-Wheels.

Showcasing the versatility of the ACE brand, through this expo Tata Motors is targeting new and existing small commercial vehicle customers, giving them an opportunity to explore newer businesses and providing them employability options with ready for business vehicles. Tata Motors plans to reach out to customers across over 30 locations pan India, giving them an understanding of the advantages of a fully built vehicle, for commercial applications.

Commenting on the occasion, R.T. Wasan – Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Tata Motors said, “At Tata Motors we understand our customers’ requirements and the launch of the SCV Application Expo, is yet another innovative example of addressing the emerging needs for a safer, more comfortable and a reliable commercial vehicle experience. As leaders in the fully-built commercial vehicle space, with the SCV Application Expo, we also hope to cut down on our customers’ wait time, by bringing our ready-to-use small commercial vehicle even more closer to them. Fully Built Vehicles provide for customised off the shelf solutions, with easy-to-operate equipment, also providing us at Tata Motors, with greater opportunities to engage with customers for a larger understanding of the benefits of a Tata Motors commercial vehicle. With application based offerings and added benefits of being backed by Tata Motors extensive service network, we are geared to provide our customers with a unique differentiator, for sustainable business models.”

Fully built commercial vehicle solutions (FBV’s) are those that are available off the shelf, cutting down on a customers’ wait time. Tata Motors has manufactured varied kinds of FBV vehicles to cater to evolving customer needs like low-floor buses, tippers, petroleum tankers, refrigerated vehicles to name a few, contributing significantly to the commercial vehicle sector through better-manufactured products and helping customers achieve better business propositions.
| Edited by: Manav Sinha
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