Srinagar – Tata Motors Defence Solutions has delivered 21 Light Armoured Troop Carrier vehicles to the Gujarat Police, for strengthening its security preparedness.
Tata Motors Defence Solutions recently delivered 32 Mine Protected Vehicles (MPV) to the Maharashtra State Police, 5 MPVs to the Jharkhand State Police and another 122 Tata Light Armoured Troop Carriers to the Central Armed Police forces (CAPF).
Vernon Noronha, Vice President Defence & Government Business, Tata Motors, said Tata
Motors Defence Solutions covers the complete range of logistics and armoured vehicles that have been
popular in supporting police and paramilitary forces across the country. The Tata Light Armoured Troop
Carrier will enable comfortable movement of troops across the state.
Equipped with a powerful engine and a 4X4 All-Wheel drive system, the Tata Motor Light Armoured
Troop Carrier comes with protection on all sides and can crack down a situation with deadly accuracy.
These vehicles are fit with splinter-proof & bullet-proof glass, explosion suppression material in the fuel tank and suspended seats.
Tata Motors Defence Solutions offers its customers a wide range of vehicles, in the light, medium and heavy category. These include Logistics, Tactical, Armoured and Specialist vehicles.
The Tata Motors Service network ensures maximum operational readiness & lower life-cycle maintenance cost to its defence vehicles across the country. The Sampoorna Seva Package Annual
Maintenance Contract provides overall maintenance facilities, repair services, genuine spares and breakdown services for Tata Motors complete range of defence vehicles.
The company also has the ability to mobilise adequate manufacturing capacity for defence requirements, along with dedicated exclusive infrastructure, manufacturing facilities and trained manpower, to ensure faster delivery of its defence vehicles.
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