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VRL Logistics Limited Awards Tata Motors A 1,300-Vehicle Order

TNI || New Delhi || 09th April 2022

VRL Logistics Limited has placed an order for 1,300 commercial vehicles with Tata Motors to enhance its commercial vehicle portfolio in India.

The order includes units from Tata Motors’ medium and heavy commercial vehicle ranges, as well as intermediate and light commercial vehicle ranges, that will be used for the company’s logistics activities across India.

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The vehicles were chosen due to their exceptional manoeuvrability, excellent fuel efficiency, and reduced ownership costs, all of which will help VRL Logistics Ltd. improve fleet efficiency.

They are thrilled to receive the coveted order of 1300 vehicles from VRL Logistics Ltd., stated VP, Sales & Marketing, CVBU, Tata Motors, Rajesh Kaul.

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He added that he was convinced that their trucks would be hugely helpful to VRL’s operations. Tata Motors’ next-generation digital fleet management solution, named Fleet Edge, is standard on all commercial vehicles in terms of enhancing uptime and lowering cost of ownership.

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Tata Motors also offers Sampoorna Seva, its flagship programme, which includes repair assurance, breakdown support, insurance, as well as accident repair time, an extra layer of warranty, and other vehicle maintenance and upkeep services.

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In terms of sales, Tata Motors’ CV division had a 21% increase in total domestic sales in March 2022, as opposed to the 36,808 units sold in March 2021.

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A total of 48,202 units were sold in Q4FY22, up from 40,647 units sold at the same time last year, representing a 15.67% increase. Annual CV sales rose by 33% to 3,22,182 units in FY22, compared to 2,42,037 units in FY21.

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