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Tata Daewoo

Tata Daewoo Commercial Vehicle Company
Subsidiary
Industry Automotive
Founded 2002
Headquarters Gunsan, South Korea
Key people
Cyrus Pallonji Mistry, Chairman
Products Commercial vehicles
Parent Tata Motors
Website Official Website
Tata Daewoo
Hangul 타타대우상용차
Hanja 타타大宇商用車
Revised Romanization Tata Dae-u Sangyongcha
McCune–Reischauer T'at'a Taeu Sangyongch'a

Tata Daewoo (officially Tata Daewoo Commercial Vehicle Company) is a commercial vehicle manufacturer headquartered in Gunsan, Jeollabuk-do, South Korea and a wholly owned subsidiary of Tata Motors. It is the second-largest heavy commercial vehicle manufacturer in South Korea.

The company as established in 2002 as Daewoo Commercial Vehicle Co. Ltd, after it was spun off from parent Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. In 2004 it was acquired by Tata Motors, India's largest passenger automobile and commercial vehicle manufacturing company. Tata Daewoo has CKD Projects in India and Pakistan. Tata Daewoo-Korea and Afzal Motors-Pakistan signed a Technical Assistance Agreement on 12 December 2005 in Pakistan. The CKD Plant of Afzal Motors in Pakistan was inaugurated by Prime Minister of Pakistan Mr. Shaukat Aziz on 8 January 2007. Afzal Motors is assembling a wide range of Daewoo Commercial Vehicles including Daewoo Prime Movers, Daewoo Truck Chassis and Daewoo Dump Trucks. Tata Daewoo and Afzal Motors are in final stage to export Daewoo Trucks assembled in Pakistan to Middle East and Central Asian Stats. Daewoo Trucks are being sold across the globe under the Daewoo and Tata Daewoo as well.

Contents

  • Products 1
    • Current 1.1
    • Discontinued 1.2
  • See also 2
  • External links 3

Products

A Tata Daewoo Prima heavy truck

Current

Discontinued

  • GMK/Chevrolet/Isuzu Truck (GM Korea Motor Company, 1971)
  • SMC Truck Isuzu Truck (Saehan Motor Company, 1976)
  • Elf Isuzu Truck (Saehan Motor Company, 1976)
  • Daewoo Truck Isuzu Truck (Daewoo Motor Company, 1983)
  • Elf New Model Isuzu Truck (Daewoo Motor Company, 1986)
  • Daewoo Truck New Model (Daewoo Motor Company, 1986)
  • Daewoo Truck Super New Model (Daewoo Motor Company, 1993)
  • Daewoo Chasedae (Next Generation) Truck (Daewoo Motor Company, 1995)

See also

External links

  • Tata Daewoo Commercial Vehicle Homepage




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