Tata Motors launches BS-IV compliant trucks in Tamil Nadu
Over 20 models of BS-IV compliant trucks were at display during the launch 'Truck World,' at Salem
Coimbatore: Leading commercial vehicles maker Tata Motors has launched its new BS IV-ready medium and heavy duty trucks with exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) and selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technologies in Tamil Nadu.
The company has perfected both technologies for its wider range of commercial vehicles from SCVs to HCVs as per technical suitability to meet the recently implemented emission standard instituted by the Centre, a release here said today.
Over 20 models of BS-IV compliant trucks were at display during the launch "Truck World," at Salem near here on Thursday last, for the benefits of transporters.
The company is the only OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) to offer both EGR and SCR technologies for its entire range of commercial vehicles, including MHCV, as per technical and application aptness, the release said.
With SCR technology, Tata Motors will also be able to develop upcoming emission compliant product solutions going forward, it said.
"Over the last six decades we at Tata Motors have led technology shifts in the Indian medium and heavy duty trucking space, having developed futuristic products and solutions ahead of its time, Rajesh Kaul, Head, Sales and Marketing, Medium and Heavy Commercial Vehicles of the company said in the release.
Apart from being the market leader in commercial vehicles in India, Tata Motors has been exporting its products to countries like Russia, Australia, Europe, South East Asia and Latin America, where emission regulations have been ahead of India, with Tata Motors products already meeting Euro IV and Euro V regulations, Kaul said.
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