Chalked out Rs 1000 crore plan for 2018-19.
Looking at Rs 5,000 crore revenue from defence business in coming years.
Continues to remain at Global No.4 in buses and No.13 in Trucks sales.
- Showcased 50 different products and allied services.
Ashok Leyland inaugurated its Global Conference here in Chennai, yesterday. India’s second largest heavy commercial vehicle maker showcased nearly 50 different innovative products and solutions at the conference. Sharing his views at the Global Conference 2018, Mr.Vinod K. Dasari, Managing Director, Ashok Leyland said “Last year had been a good year for us. This Global Conference is a platform where we showcase our innovations in products and supporting technologies which are helping us take our brand philosophy of “Aapki Jeet, Hamari Jeet” forward. Products like 41T fully built truck and MiTR left hand drive are products that will fuel our growth this year”
Company in the last two years, have doubled turnover from the defence business and based on orders in hand from 26 tenders, the company revenue is expected to be around Rs 5,000 Crores. Mr. Amandeep, Head Defence Business, did mentioned “We had a great DefExpo this year and we had got many new enquirers from European Gun manufacturers who wants to use our vehicles as carriers for their guns. Till now they were using European trucks and having witnessed our products. they have given us enquiry”
While Ashok Leyland continues to lead the Indian bus market and remains at No.4 globally, next to Yutong, Kinglong and Daimler, has showcased new bus range including Freedom – A front engine coach designed and developed by Global TVS on 12M 225hp with automatic transmission and disc brakes.
New staff bus Alpha, Lynx Strong for Stage Carriage application, Mitr LHD and Oyster LHD for export market, Pearl – a value school bus range.
A complete line up of new truck range like Boss 1616, Guru 101o, Capatain 4932. 4123 – India’s first 41T truck, Captain 2532 Mining tipper, Boss 1223 LHD for Russian market, Capatain 2523 LHD for Ivory coast, 3718 Coal tipper were also showcased.
Ashok Leyland’s defence pavilion was filled with Guru 715 and Simulator.
Medium Duty Bullet Proof vehicle