As for the heavy commercial vehicle (HCV) trucks segment, MNAL
is in the process of investing Rs 300 crore at its Chakan plant near Pune to ramp up the production capacity to 50,000 trucks per annum within the next three years.
Firstly with its products and now with these awards, MNAL
has connected with the transport ecosystem at an emotional level.
According to reports, MNAL is also looking at marketing right-hand drive commercial vehicles in South Africa.
MNAL, which has a 15 per cent market share in India, is also bracing to launch the 49-tonne commercial vehicle soon.
And also MNAL
will also draw on the vast pool of M&M auto and tractor channel partners to use as an extended network for servicing customers' needs.
Rakesh Kalra Managing Director, MNAL, said, "This is a moment of great pride for us as this is a first for the Indian CV industry - we have created a world-class infrastructure to cater to the growing needs of truck customers.
Nalin Mehta, Chief Operating Officer, MNAL, "During the unveiling, we had promised that 'OK will no longer be OK' and we will revolutionize Indian trucking by challenging existing norms.