Post Tagged with: "Ashok Leyland"

BSVI puts spotlight on modularisation

BSVI puts spotlight on modularisation

Regulations and market requirements are driving modularisation in CVs. Bhushan Mhapralkar By showcasing BSVI CVs on a new modular platform, Ashok Leyland has highlighted a significant shift taking place in the CV landscape in India. By highlighting its efforts to drive modularisation, which primarily pertains to the chassis and the creation of common interfaces in connection, the CV maker has[Read More…]

by February 3, 2020 Cover Stories
Ashok Leyland and Apollo Tyres launch healthcare initiative

Ashok Leyland and Apollo Tyres launch healthcare initiative

Ashok Leyland and Apollo Tyres have teamed up to drive initiative providing healthcare benefits to the truck drivers in Namakkal, a primary transhipment hub in Tamil Nadu. Having been run by Apollo Tyres, the healthcare center, is established at the Ashok Leyland’s Driver Training Institute at Namakkal. The inauguration was facilitated by Anuj Kathuria, Chief Operating Officer, Ashok Leyland and[Read More…]

by December 17, 2019 News
Propelling electric CVs

Propelling electric CVs

Bhargav TS From the time of unveiling the Circuit nine-meter electric bus in 2016, to the successful bagging of orders from two public transport undertakings in the country, Ashok Leyland has clocked a good deal of kilometres on the road to electric mobility. Gaining experience for every kilometer that it is travelling, the CV major is working on electric concepts.[Read More…]

by July 1, 2019 smart transport
Ashok Leyland bags single largest STU bus order

Ashok Leyland bags single largest STU bus order

In a recent disclosure to Securities and Exchange Board of India ) SEBI, Original Equipment Manufacturer, Ashok Leyland Ltd., informed the board of a State Transport Undertaking order of 2580 buses that the company has bagged. As per the order, Ashok Leyland is contracted to deliver the buses before March 2019. The STU order of 2580 buses were bagged from[Read More…]

by January 11, 2019 News