Tata Motors to deliver 250 Prima trucks to LINFOX

Our Bureau Mumbai | Updated on February 10, 2011

Tata Motors said on Thursday that it has bagged an order to supply around 250 Prima trucks to LINFOX Logistics. The Prima trucks are part of Tata's premium-end World Truck model series.

LINFOX, a privately-owned supply chain solutions company that has been operating in the Asia-Pacific region for over 50 years, aims to ply these trucks in India.

Mr Ben Sullivan, Country Manager, LINFOX Logistics (India) said, “With the Tata Prima, we are confident of reducing our trip time and hence transporting more goods with lesser number of vehicles in our fleet.”

LINFOX has placed a bulk order for 250 Tata Prima 4928.S tractors and is gradually changing its complete fleet to the same range. Tata Motors began deliveries in October 2010 and by March 2011 will deliver 50 more such trucks. Tata Motors plans to complete the deliveries in the next two years.

Launched in November 2009, the Tata Prima range of vehicles comprises about 10 major variants of two-axle trucks, multi-axle trucks, tractor-trailers, the recently added Construck range, mixers and special application vehicles.

The range has been jointly developed by Tata Motors and its two subsidiaries, Tata Daewoo Commercial Vehicle Company in South Korea and the Tata Motors European Technical Centre, UK.

Published on February 10, 2011

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