Retail volumes of Jaguar and Land Rover (JLR) declined for the second straight month after the two Tata Motors-owned brands reported production issues related to transition to new models and stock clearance in its biggest market, China.
Five months after investor activism forced Tata Motors, the country’s biggest automotive manufacturer, to do a rethink on the pay offered to its senior management, the company is again seeking shareholder approval on remuneration to two executive
British luxury carmaker Jaguar Land Rover said on Tuesday it has reached a deal over pay and pensions with union representatives after revising its offer, which will now be recommended to staff to settle a dispute that had threatened industrial action.
November sales numbers for the top three medium and heavy commercial vehicles (M&HCV) players, Tata Motors, Ashok Leyland and Eicher Motors, exhibited a robust 54 per cent growth on a year-on-year basis, albeit on a low base.
Tata Motors’ bitter dispute with workers in its UK facility could result in the company shifting Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) factories outside that country, according to the man who helped broker the JLR takeover in 2008.Kumar Bhattacharyya,
Mayank Pareek, former chief operating officer of Maruti Suzuki and now president of Tata Motors' passenger vehicle division, was eager to convince journalists at a recent press meet that success is a matter of just one blockbuster product.
Car makers in India might have to take a collective hit of up to Rs 12,000 crore if the government notifies a proposal making it mandatory for all personal vehicles to come equipped with safety features such as airbags and anti-lock braking systems.
More than a year ago Tata Motors set out to revamp the Nano, accompanied by high-pitched campaigns. But the fortune of the mini car is still waiting to be lifted, even though the lower variants have been taken off the road.