Tata Motors Ltd, the largest Indian Automobile Manufacturer, was established in 1945.
The company proudly boasts off its 60000+ employee strength, $42 billion+ turnover, 9 million+ sold vehicles and 6600+ sales and service points. Headquartered in Mumbai, Maharashtra, the company is presently being led by Mr Guenter Butschek, its current CEO and Managing Director.
Tata Motors features in Fortune Global 500 list at rank 254 and in Forbes Global 2000 list at rank 278. No wonder it is the only Automobile Manufacturer to make it to the Top 10 list of Indian Companies. The company produces vehicles ranging from small cars (like Tata Nano) to big construction equipment and military vehicles. Tata Motors has several subsidiaries like Jaguar Land Rover, Tata Daewoo and Tata Hispano. Along with its various products, Tata Motors also provides several services like automobile design, engineering and outsourcing services.
In the Financial Year 2015-16, the company posted a revenue of INR 267243.99 crore and a PAT of INR 13986.29 crore. The company has made its mark in domestic market by manufacturing Indica, the first fully indigenous passenger car, in 1998 and Tata Nano, the world’s cheapest car in 2008. The company also has several joint ventures like with Marcopolo for bus manufacturing, with Fiat for passenger cars and with Hitachi for Construction Machinery. Tata Motors is always ready to work with recent technology and has thus forayed into manufacturing electric and hybrid cars.
Tata Motors also has received several awards and accolades like The Best Learning Organisation of India, Most Reputed Company, Golden Peacock Award for Excellence in Corporate Governance, Greentech Environment Silver Award and Golden Peacock National Training Award. Let’s see how it stands up to its slogans, “More Dreams Per Car” and “Inspired by people”.