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Tata.Thmb.jpg Tata Motors bags order for 500 buses from Ivory Coast

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SME Times News Bureau | 07 Apr, 2017
Tata Motors on Thursday said it has bagged an order for 500 next-generation low-floor urban city buses from the Ivory Coast.

According to the company, as part of the order, it has delivered 117 buses to the SOTRA - Abidjan transport company.

"Built on Tata Motors next-generation HCV (heavy commercial vehicle) bus platform, the Tata LPO 1924 RESLF Abidjan's next-generation bus has been developed with inputs from SOTRA, with a high degree of customisation based on feedback gathered through city trials, over the last couple of months," the company said in a statement.

The auto major said the buses were financed under the EXIM Bank of India for operation by the SOTRA - Abidjan Transport Company.
 
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