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Tata Steel Gets Next-Gen Green Fleet from Tata Motors

The biggest manufacturer of commercial vehicles in India, Tata Motors, unveiled its most recent fleet of ecologically friendly cars for Tata Steel.

Clean fuels like LNG and battery energy power the new cars, which also include the Ultra EV bus, tippers, and Prima tractors.

As part of the Tata Group’s Founder’s Day celebrations in Jamshedpur, Mr. N Chandrasekaran, Chairman of Tata Sons, conducted the flag-off ceremony. Prominent attendees included the CEO and Managing Director of Tata Steel, Mr. T V Narendran, and the Executive Director of Tata Motors, Mr. Girish Wagh, together with their corresponding teams.

The cooperation’s importance was emphasized by T. V. Narendran, CEO and Managing Director of Tata Steel, who said, “This delivery marks another significant milestone in our long-standing partnership with Tata Motors.” Tata Steel and Tata Motors, as leaders in our respective sectors, have a same goal for innovation and sustainability. Our goal is to transform our industry and set the standard for environmental stewardship by pooling our resources and skills.

Advanced safety technologies including the Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS), Electronic Stability Control, Active Traction Control, and Driver Monitoring System are included in the new fleet of Tata Motors commercial vehicles, according to the press release. The delivery partners of Tata Steel will use these cars to move raw materials and steel products.

The Tata Prima LNG trucks, which include the Tippers (3530.K) and Tractors (5530.S), are designed to be used in a variety of situations, such as long-distance commercial transportation and surface mining. In addition, Tata Steel will test the 46T EV Tractor (E46.S) and 28T EV Tipper (E28.K) to see how well they function in actual logistical situations. Additionally, employees will be transported between plant sites using Tata Ultra EV buses.

When it comes to creating cutting-edge mobility solutions that run on alternative fuels including battery electric, hydrogen internal combustion engines, LNG, CNG, and fuel cells, Tata Motors has been at the forefront of the development.

The firm participated in the Bharat Mobility Global Expo in February 2024 and Auto Expo 2023, showcasing their extensive lineup of alternative fuel cars. With an outstanding uptime of more than 95%, Tata Motors has provided more than 2,000 electric buses to various Indian cities, traversing more than 12 crore kilometers.

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