Tata Motors bags orders for 1,314 trucks worth Rs 225 cr
New Delhi: Auto major Tata Motors Thursday said it has bagged order for 1,314 trucks, its single largest ever, worth about Rs 225 crore from Siddhivinayak Logistics Ltd (SVLL).
The order includes two recently launched products, the New Tata PRIMA 4923-LX and the Tata LPT 3723, the 5-axle rigid truck, Tata Motors said in a statement.
When asked about the value of the order, a company spokesperson said: "It is worth around Rs 225 crore."
Commenting on the development, Tata Motors Head -Sales & Marketing, Medium and Heavy Commercial Vehicles, Vinod Sahay said: "We are committed to deliver these vehicles this fiscal year."
Based in Surat, SVLL has a fleet size of over 4,000 commercial vehicles. The company operates across diverse segments, like steel, cement, tractors, chemicals, machinery, and is a pioneer in new segments like commercial vehicle chassis carriers.