Tata Automobile Corporation SA (TACSA) is honoured to be part of the greatest Agricultural showcase in South Africa. For the past 11 years we have showcased our range of commercial vehicles in Bothaville and this year is no exception. This year we are privileged to add our Korean Daewoo commercial trucks to the range of models in our line-up.
The Nampo annual agricultural show is a fantastic platform for TACSA to introduce new models but also to showcase our tried and trusted vehicles in the commercial segment. Nampo also presents a large footprint for potential Tata and Daewoo truck customers. The commercial vehicles on display this year represent a variety of applications and solutions for our customers.
At Nampo 2019 Tata and Daewoo will exhibit a variety of commercial transport applications including farming, construction and buses.
The complete line-up of Tata truck models to be showcased, include the Tata LPT813 (4-ton); the Tata LPT1518 (8-ton); the Tata Ultra 814 (4-5 ton); the Tata LPT2523 (13.5-ton); the Tata LPO918 (38 seater bus) and two models from the Daewoo trucks range: the Daewoo KL3TX (freight carrier) and the Daewoo K7CEF (cargo truck).
The key message we want to deliver this year is that Tata and Daewoo commercial vehicles are cost effective, reliable and easily suited to a huge number of applications and business requirements.
During this year’s event TACSA will offer our customers promotional body discounts, free service plans and one-on-one deal discounts.
Visitors to the Tata Trucks stand will also be able to view new Tata innovations and product introductions. Personal interaction with product and sales specialists from our head office and channel partners will ensure that all visitors will be able to experience the Tata and Daewoo brands first-hand.
Tata vehicles are perfect for the agricultural market due to their inherent ruggedness, durability and reliability. We offer various body applications with our extended range of trucks and buses to suit customer specific requirements.
The low cost of ownership is the main goal of TATA throughout our entire product offering. This is especially important in an industry with low cost of ownership for smaller distances travelled.
Downtime is a cost that needs to be minimised at all cost, therefore TACSA has invested in 91 touch points across Southern Africa to cater for breakdown assistance and support, thus ensuring maximum Uptime. Tata and Daewoo offer outstanding warranties thereby ensuring maximum uptime.