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Tata Motors launches ‘Har Business Ka Ace’ expo




 Furthering initiatives for an enhanced customer purchase experience around its popular range of ACE Small Commercial Vehicles (SCV), Tata Motors kicked-off its ‘Small Commercial Vehicle Application Expo’ – ‘Har Business Ka Ace’ at Janata Maidan here today.

Bhubaneswar MLA Priyadarshi Mishra inaugurated the expo, in which Tata Motors showcased a range of fully built applications on its popular ACE brand of mini-trucks to cater to a variety of businesses.

“Showcasing the versatility of the ACE brand through this expo, Tata Motors is targeting new and existing small commercial vehicle customers, giving them an opportunity to explore newer businesses and providing them employability options with ready for business vehicles,” said Shirsendu Mandal, Regional Salaes Manager (East), Tata Motors.

The Ace range of small commercial vehicles are customizable for a varied business needs, right from catering to ecommerce delivery to upholding the Swachh Bharat vision for a cleaner India, he added.

 

 

 

 

20th January, Bhubaneswar: TATA MOTORS LIMITED, India’s largest and most reputed commercial vehicle manufacturer company  today inaugurated the  “Har Business Ka Ace”  expo  by Shri. Priyadarshi  Mishra honorable MLA, Bhubaneswar-North at Janata Maidan, Bhubaneswar.

 We understand what your business needs are and we are here to assist you in achieving success. Tata Motors family  launches “Har Business Ka Ace”  expo a first of its kind display of a range of fully built solutions to cater to a variety of businesses.

Built on the foundation of the your beloved ‘Chota Hati’ and the trust of more than 20 lakh happy customers, these vehicles live of to the legacy of performance and durability which is the hallmark of Tata Motors.






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