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How TATA Motors Changed the Auto Industry

Established in 1945, TATA motors is the largest auto manufacturing company with its headquarters being in Mumbai, India. The company did not always manufacture vehicles. In fact, TATA originally was established as a locomotive manufacturing company. In 1954, TATA produces its first commercial vehicle in collaboration with Daimler Benz AG. They did not stop there. In 1986 the TATA produced its first light commercial vehicle and in 1991, they began producing passenger vehicles.

Much of TATA’s expansion is due to it’s acquisitions of various company brands. For example in 2004, TATA purchased Daewoo’s truck manufacturing division from the South Korean auto company. In 2005 the company acquired “Hispano Carrocera SA, a bus manufacturing company based in Spain. More recently, TATA acquired Jaguar, and Land Rover from Ford Motor Company. The company has also joint a business relationship with Brazil based company Marcopolo. They will work together to produce passenger buses that are environmentally friendly. TATA also established a joint venture with the Thonburi Automotive Assembly Plant Company based in Thailand in 2008 and began producing commercial and passenger trucks. These acquisitions and joint ventures not only increase the size and influence of TATA motors, but helped establish a definitive presence internationally.

TATA has also established hybrid and electric vehicles as well due to growing concerns about the environment. In fact, the company has recently unveiled two electronic cars. One is the “TATA Incica” and the other is the “TATA Ace”. Both vehicles are powered by lithium batteries. Later in 2010, expect to see TATA unveil their version of the electric hatchback.

Today, The Company currently has over 24,000 employees which includes over 3000 scientist and auto engineers. It accounts for well over 51% of all cars driven in India. TATA is the 2nd largest manufacturer of buses in the world, and the 4th largest manufacturer of trucks in the world. They have manufacturing plants in Lucknow, Jamshedpur, Ahmedabad, Pantnagar, and Pune in India. The have also established factories in Argentina, Thailand, and South Africa.

TATA is currenly being traded in the New York Stock Exchange (beginning in 2004) and the Bombey Stock Exchange.

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