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In 1945, it was being incorporated on 1st September at Mumbai for manufacturing diesel vehicles for commercial use, excavators, industrial shunter, dumpers, heavy forgings, and machine tools. Also, the commercial diesel vehicles which were known `Tata Mercedes Benz' (or TMB) are known as `Tata' vehicles after the expiry of the collaboration agreement with Daimler-Benz AG, West Germany. It also manufactured pulp and paper making machinery. In 1946, it also undertook the manufacture of 5000 'KC' broad gauge open wagons for the Indian Railway. In 1948, the Steam Road Roller introduced in collaboration with Marshal Sons (the UK) 1950 Collaboration signed with M/s Krauss-Maffei, W. Germany for the manufacture of steam locomotives 1954 Collaboration with M/s Daimler and Benz AG, W. Germany, for the manufacture of medium commercial vehicles at Jamshedpur. In 1956, the Steel foundry set up in collaboration with Usines Emile Henricot of Court St. Etienne, Belgium. In 1959, the research and development center was set up at Jamshedpur. In 1960, the company's name, which was Tata Locomotive & Engineering Company Ltd.was changed to Tata Engineering & Locomotive Company Ltd. In 1961, the collaboration with M/s Pawling & Harnischfeger (P&H), the U.S.A. for the manufacture of cable type excavators and cranes. In 1963, a project for the production of large press tools and complex dies was undertaken in collaboration with Raymond. F. Thompson (Engineers) Ltd. UK. In 1965, along with effect from 1st July the Investa Machine Tools and Engineering Co. Ltd. was amalgamated with the company and it became the Machine Tool Division. Some of the Milestones:
  • 1999:
  • It is proposed to make TCECL a one-stop-shop for construction equipment and earthmoving machinery.
  • Telco or TATA Engineering and Locomotive Company Ltd received a consideration of Rs 200 crore as equity and share premium and the rest as loans valued at Rs 400 crore from the sale of its construction equipment division.
  • Also, the SKF Bearings India Ltd signed an agreement with Telco for supplying hub bearings for its latest model Tata Indica.
  • Tata Technologies, which is a Telco subsidiary, launched a value chain management (or VCM) system designed to enable value-based interaction among business partners and manufacturers.
  • Also, it bought a group pension insurance scheme for its employees from the Life Insurance Corporation.
  • 2000:
  • It is working towards introducing the two new petrol-driven variants of its small car Indica, powered by a multi-point fuel injection engine.
  • It also launched the Indica 2000, the Euro II Complaint, 75 BHP multi-point fuel injection (MPFI) version of Indica.
  • It won the National Technology Award for indigenous development and commercialization of the Tata Indica car.
  • It also launched its new hi-tech Indica 2000 car with an MPFI petro engine in Guwahati.
  • The Company is decentralizing the marketing operations of its commercial vehicle business.
  • It decided to defer the launch of its mid-sized passenger car, Magna, to around June 2002.
  • It was also appointed ICICI as a preferred financier for customers buying its range of vehicles, including the Indica.
  • 2001:Both Telco and PSA Peugeot Citroen called off the proposed venture of developing a mid-size passenger car.
  • 2003:
  • It unveiled Tata 207 DI in Andhra Pradesh
  • It signed a distribution agreement with Rover for Safari in the UK.
  • It overtook Hyundai in the passenger vehicle market.
  • It unveiled 'Tata 207 DI' in Delhi.
  • The Company turns around, posts a profit of Rs 300.11 crore as against the loss of Rs 53.73 crore the previous corresponding period.
  • It unveils 'Tata 207 DI' in Mumbai.
  • The Company name was changed from Tata Engineering & Locomotive Company Ltd. (Telco) to Tata Motors Ltd. (TML) with effect from July 29, 2003
  • It also crossed the production milestone of 3 million
  • It unveiled CityRover.
  • Also, Tata Safari ranks No 1 in MUV/SUV segment.
  • 2004:
  • Tata Motors launched an upgraded version Indica on January 15, 2004, in a bid to shore up sales of the small car.
  • Tata Motors agrees with Etalon
  • Tata unveils Indigo Marina in Kerala
  • Andhra Bank ties up with Tata Motors
  • Tata Motors unveils 2 new versions of Indica.
  • Tata Motors on December 7, 2004, signs an MoU with State Bank of India (SBI).
  • 2005:
  • Tata Motors & Hispano Carrocera SA sign Investment Agreement.
  • Tata Motors partners with IOC for bio-diesel pilot project.
  • Tata Motors launches ACE.
  • 2006:
  • Tata Motors launches Cliffrider.
  • Tata Motors unveils a new long-wheelbase premium Indigo & X-over concept at Auto Expo 2006.
  • Indica V2 Xeta was launched.
  • 2007:
  • It bought the Nissan facility in S. Africa.
  • It also rolled out the Sumo Victa Turbo DI, the new advanced spectrum of its entry-level utility vehicle, the Sumo Spacio.
  • 2008:
  • Tata Motors signs deal with Chrysler's electric vehicle unit.
  • Tata Motors Ltd Issues Rights in the Ratio of 1:6.
  • 2009:Tata Motors, one of the promoter group companies of Tata Steel, has pledged its entire holding of over 1.04 crore shares in the steel major.
  • 2010: 
  • It also opened its new plant in Sanand which is set up at the cost of Rs 2,000 crore.
  • It tied up with the United Bank of India for CV finance.
  • 2011:
  • It launched the Aria 4x2 range targeting the premium luxury cars segment, priced at Rs. 11.85 lakh.
  • It launched upgraded Nano at the same price.
  • It also launched Nano in Nepal at Rs 5 lakh.
  • It launched a new version of Manza.
  • It launched a new Indica.
  • 2012:
  • It also signed a partnership with J&K Bank for financing car loans.
  • It signed an agreement with the US Company to develop an engine for commercial vehicles
  • It won an order for 1,314 trucks from Surat-based Siddhi Vinayak Logistics.
  • 2013:
  • It launched 6 new advanced Heavy Trucks & Tata FleetMan, in Northern India.
  • It conferred with the Indian Multinational of the Year award.
  • It launched a Commercial Vehicle Driving Centre in Singrauli.
  • It tied up with Fusion Automotive to Enter the Australian Market.
  • It launched the 'Tata Motors Service' for passenger vehicles.
  • The new Nano 'Celebrate Awesomeness' TV commercial breaks record!
  • It launched in Indonesia Three Strong Products.
  • 2015:
  • It also launched a special edition of the Zest model.
  • It also launched Buszone, which is an exclusive dealership for its buses to meet its rising demand for buses.
  • It also launched six models from its prima range of heavy commercial vehicles in Kenya.
  • 2016:
  • It launched lubricants with Petronas.
  • It signed a contract with MMRDA to supply buses.
  • It bagged the order for 25 Hybrid buses from MMRDA.
  • It launched TIAGO.
  • It also signed up Akshay Kumar as a brand ambassador for CVs.
  • It generated employment opportunities for over 200 candidates in J&K.
  • 2017:
  • It geared up to launch a new compact sedan Tigor.
  • It partnered with Microsoft for new car products.
  • It developed the first bio-methane bus.
  • It expanded the commercial vehicle range in the Philippines.
  • It called off alliance for the joint development of cars.
  • It announced the new corporate brand identity.
  • It launched an urban edition Hexa at Rs 12.18 lakh.
  • It tied up with Jayem Auto to launch the electric car.
  • It rolled out the first lot of Tigor EVs from Sanand pl.

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