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Tata Motors inaugurates new plant for Nano

Tata Motors has inaugurated its new plant for the Nano at Sanand in the Ahmedabad district of Gujarat. Its capacity will initially be 250,000 cars per year to be achieved in phases, and with some balancing can be expanded to 350,000 cars per year.

Further capacity expansion has also been provided for at this location. Deliveries from the plant including BS4 Nanos, will begin this month. The output, supplemented by the facility at Pantnagar (Uttarakhand), will in the immediate phase complete pending orders from the booking process of 2009.

The Sanand unit is an integrated facility comprising Tata Motors’ own plant, spread over 725 acres, and an adjacent vendor park, spread over 375 acres. The plant was inaugurated by the chief minister of Gujarat, Narendra Modi.

Also present on the occasion were Tata Motors' chairman Ratan Tata, state government officials and the company's vendors

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