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With volumes shrinking fast in the light commercial vehicle segment, the company is launching trucks with airconditioned cabins, with provision for single as well as double sleepers, later this month.
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At present, Sweden's Volvo is the only manufacturer of tonne commercial vehicles in India. The maximum tonnage of Telco heavy duty trucks is 40 tonnes model Telco, according to company officials, is currently in negotiations with engine maker Cummins to supply high-powered engines for its top-end trucks, including the soon-to-be-launched tonne vehicle. We are in talks with Cummins to supply us with high powered engines with improved fuel-efficiency," Telco's executive director in charge of commercial vehicles Ravi Kant told The Economic Times.
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At the same time, Telco is also planning to come out with small commercial vehicles with a capacity of around 2 tonnes in response to the fragmentation in the light commercial vehicle segment. Capacity utilisation is a very important factor in this segment and hence we would be launching the smaller vehicles to suit customer needs," said Kant. Consultants Warwick Manufacturing Group, which is advising Telco in its new product introduction strategy, is working on eight new projects encompassing the entire product range.