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DICCI- Dalit Indian Chamber Of Commerce and Industries Uttar Pradesh Members & State Council Meet 2019 – on 10th Nov’19, Lucknow
Tata DLT participated in the DICCI (Dalit Indian Chamber Of Commerce and Industries) Uttar Pradesh Members & State Council Meet held on November 10, 2019 at Renaissance Hotel in Lucknow.
More than 135 members who attended the event were introduced Tata DLT's range of products through a corporate video and a presentation on key features of Tata DLT's Running Gears.
Truck trailer and Tyre expo, CIDCO exhibition center, Vashi Navi Mumbai - 22nd Nov’19 – 24th Nov’19
Tata DLT participated in the 4th Edition of Asia's only Truck Trailer & Tyre Expo 2019. The three day trade show scheduled from 22nd - 24th November'2019 was held at CIDCO Exhibition & Convention Center, in Navi Mumbai. The Expo aims to bring together buyers, sellers and manufacturers from across India and provide new opportunities to tap into this growing business potential.
Tata DLT's stall was inaugurated by Tata DLT CEO, Mr Rajeev Batra and the president of Major association members from Mumbai. Major products displayed at the event were Tata DLT 40ft 3A FLat Bed trailer with Tata DLT Air suspension and Tata DLT 16 CUM Tipper with SSAB material, as well as Tata DLT Air Suspension and Tata DLT Mechanical Suspension systems.
Tata-DLT banks on smart products
Tata-DLT is aiming at 50 per cent growth by introducing smart products like tip trailers, canopy trailers and more.
Tata International DLT Pvt. Ltd. (Tata-DLT) has introduced smart, new products in the form of tip-trailers, truck chassis carriers and curtain (canopy) trailers.
hese will complement the existing product range of the company, which includes flatbed trailers, skeletal trailers, side-wall trailers and semi-low bed trailers.
A joint venture between Tata International and Dutch Lanka Trailer Manufacturing Company (DLT).

Rajeev Batra,
CEO, Tata International DLT Pvt. Ltd.
The slow-down of 2012-13 affected the company, and a decision to reach out to the open market was taken. Said Rajeev Batra, CEO, Tata International DLT Pvt. Ltd., “The slow-down in 2012-13 affected us, and the senior management decided to reach out to the open market.” Coming to deal with clients on its own, the company came to have three lines of business – trailers for Tata Motors, customised trailers and conventional trailers (standard products). Tiding over challenges, the company invested in a sound sales and service network.
Truck chassis carrier is one of the smart products the company is banking upon.
marking a 50 per cent rise.” Drawing attention to the 36 cu.
m. semi tip-trailer and a 40 cu. m. tip-trailer, a 40 ft. 3-axle skeletal trailer, a 3-axle truck chassis carrier, and a 40 ft. 3-axle collapsible canopy CR coil trailer with side walls, Manoj Das, the marketing head at Tata-DLT, explained that the focus is on quality.
Aluminium wheels in running gears
help to reduce the weight of a tanker.
Typically in India, claim industry sources, the trailer market is concentrated in cities and regions where the need for transporting commodities (finished goods, FMCG, etc.) or natural resources (iron ore, coal, etc.) is more, and in line with easy access to national highways.
Robust supply chain
& service network Flat bed trailer is a part
of the conventional range.
Drawing attention to the tendency of overloading, Batra said, “Jindal Steel makes steel ‘I’-beams especially for Tata-DLT. This reflects on our operational excellence.” Stressing on the fact that his company has strengthened its supply chain, Batra added, “We follow CMVR rules.” Nagpur is currently Tata-DLT’s biggest market.