TVS Motor Company is the third biggest bike maker in India, with an income of Rs.11, 516 Cr ($1.7 billion) in 2015-16.
It is the leader organization of the Rs.40, 000 Cr ($6 billion, in 2014-15) TVS Group as far as size and turnover are concerned, with more than 2.8 crore clients riding a TVS motorcycle. The organization has yearly offers of 2.5 million units and a yearly limit of more than 3 million vehicles.
TVS Motor Company is additionally the second biggest exporter in India with fares to more than 60 Countries.
The Company was built up by T. V. Sundaram Iyengar as T.V.Sundaram Iyengar and Sons Limited in the year 1911, however around then worked just in the transportation business with a huge armada of trucks and transports under the name of Southern Roadways Limited. In the late 1950s his child assumed control post his demise and made a few invasions in the vehicles part, including money, protection, assembling of bikes, tires and segments. TVS as a joint endeavor between Sundaram Clayton Ltd and Suzuki Motor Corporation was set up in the year 1982 and business creation of motorcycles started in 1984. But, the join-venture finished in the year 2001 and the organization was renamed as TVS Motor.
TVS has a plethora of offerings for its customers with products limited not only to bikes but also scooters and mopeds. It has offerings like Apache RTR, Pheonix 125, Star City in the motorcycles segment, Jupiter, Wego and Pep+ in the scooters segment and XL 100, Super Heavy Duty in the mopeds segment.
It has been a constant innovator again and again redefining the two wheelers segment in India over the years. IT gave India’s first indigenous scooty, the first to produce independently a 4-stroke 150cc motorcycle in India, and only recently the it gave India its first scooter with Body-Balance Technology.