Sunday, July 4, 2010

Tata plans to increase production upto 30,000 Nanos a month by Mar 2011

Encouraged by the successful deployment of Sananda Nano in Gujarat, Tata Motors is understood to have stepped up their ambitions and plans to produce 30,000 units per month in March 2011. According to sources of suppliers, the company has asked suppliers of components for Nano 2011;to triple the volume of deliveries in relation to current levels & Today, manufacturers are providing components for an average of about 10,000 units per month Nano. They said to scale three times in March 2011," said a company official supply of critical components for Nano.

Tata Motors, currently produces Nano from its plants at Pantnagar in Uttarakhand and Sanand in Gujarat. "Considering the volume of the orders, Tata Motors could be aiming for about a combined output of 3,60,000 units of Nano from Pantnagar and Sanand from 2011-12 fiscal onwards," another source added.

When contacted Tata Motors spokesperson said, "As you are aware, the Sanand plant capacity, to begin with, is 2,50,000 cars per year. The capacity will be achieved in phases.

" Tata Motors had earlier stated that the output from Sanand plant could be scaled up to five lakh units a year. The company''s Pantnagar plant can produce up to 50,000 units of Nano a year.


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