Tata Motors partners with Inchcape for CV distribution in Thailand

The partnership will see the Indian automaker’s wide portfolio of cargo vehicles and mass mobility solutions offered across Thailand.

Autocar Pro News Desk By Autocar Pro News Desk calendar 05 Apr 2023 Views icon4380 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp
Tata Motors partners with Inchcape for CV distribution in Thailand

Tata Motors has partnered with Inchcape plc to distribute its commercial vehicles in Thailand, offering its range of vehicles from sub one-tonne to 55 tonne cargo and 10-seater to 51-seater mass mobility solutions. The partnership will enable Tata Motors to sell and service its commercial vehicles throughout the country, catering to the evolving needs of logistics and mass mobility segments.

Anurag Mehrotra, Vice President, International Business and Strategy, Commercial Vehicle Business, Tata Motors, commenting on the partnership said “Inchcape comes with a rich experience, expertise and strong understanding of the automotive industry, as well as established presence across Asia-Pacific. We are confident that with Inchcape, Tata Motors’ top-of-the-line, advanced mobility solutions will be very well received in the country. This agreement is a momentous step towards expanding our market presence in Thailand, as it will benefit local businesses that are looking to build their fleet for short- and long-haul solutions.”

Ruslan Kinebas, CEO Asia-Pacific, Inchcape, further added “We are pleased to join hands with a global brand like Tata Motors, and excited to offer Tata Motors’ quality-led, innovative commercial vehicles portfolio in the Thailand market. With this distributorship, we see good opportunities to leverage Inchcape’s existing presence and network to drive business growth in Thailand and deliver an excellent customer experience journey.”

“With the combination of Inchcape’s experience in Thailand, Inchcape’s global expertise in commercial vehicles and Tata Motors’ diverse product portfolio, we are confident that we will create value for the Thai logistics and commercial vehicle industry. We target to open ten retail sites across Thailand focusing on business sustainability, professionalism and transparency in working with our retail partners,” said Charnchai Mahantakhun, Managing Director of Inchcape Thailand.

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