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TAL Partners with MAUS, Italy for Vertical Turning Centers Print E-mail
Written by Ganesh   
Friday, 07 March 2008
Pune: TAL Manufacturing Solutions Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of TATA Motors Ltd., Pune, has partnered with Maus S.p.A, Italy for manufacturing wide range of Vertical Turning Centres for Indian & Global Market. TAL has entered into an agreement with MAUS to use the designs and get the technological knowhow, from Maus for a range of products.

Traditional Arthi Welcome for Mr. Roberto Sammartin “TAL has an established reputation in state-of-the-art precision engineering for a wide range of machine tool productsand manufacturing solutions. The cooperation with MAUS would extend the coverage to the vertical turning solutions as well, for various markets and applications” said Atam P Arya, Managing Director, TAL.

Mr. Roberto Sammartin, COO, MAUS S.p.A, says, “it is a great satisfaction of seeing the machine operative in a short span of time, from signing the agreement with TAL. This is a result of a great human understanding between TAL and MAUS on technical as well as interpersonal relationship of the two companies across all levels of operation. This would open up new horizon and would boost all of us for newer heights.”

Mr. Ramji Nilakantan, Marketing Head, for Special Machines, TAL says, “It’s a great moment for TAL working with European Partner, developing machining solutions for Indian and global markets with its own excitement and challenges”. 

TAL-MAUS 1st Vertical Turning Lathe unveiledThe formal unveiling of the first Vertical Turning Centre was held on 05th March 2008, at TAL’s Chinchwad Works.  The event was done in a traditional manner, a novelty for the Maus, Europe, US and Indian delegates.  The Vertical Turning Centre was fully operative.  All guests had a look at the demonstrations as well as other technicalities of the machine.

Mr. Arya, Mananging Director of TAL in his speech mentioned once again the milestone TAL – Maus had created.  The machine would be in no way inferior in quality and would be to Maus’ expectations.

Mr. Roberto, COO, also felt it was a very emotional moment.  A praise for the teamwork.  He also mentioned that he had already forgotten the present machine and was looking for the next machine of TAL – Maus co-operation.

About Maus –

Maus is an Italian Company of The Carroro Group.  Since 1986 Maus is manufacturing grinding machine for  foundries, Vertical Turret Lathes for automotive and Energy applications and Special Purpose Machines upon Customer request.  Maus has satisfied Customers like Daimler Chrysler, Caterpillar, Volvo, KSB, Schaffler Group, Garro and many others around the World.  The main reason Maus is preferred over other global players is because of their willingness to listen to customer requirements and to elaborate cost effective solutions.

About TAL-

TAL is India’s premier manufacturing solutions provider to the automotive and auto-ancillary industry with revenues over US$ 36 million for the fiscal ended 31st March, 2007. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Tata Motors, India's largest automobile company.  Tracing its origins to the mid 1960’s, TAL was formed by the merger of the resources of the Machine Tool and Growth Divisions of the Tata Motors – Pune facility in March, 2000. A business unit structure brings in focused competencies in design and manufacture of a wide range of precision machine tools, equipment and unit material handling systems for automotive industries and fluid power solutions for the tipper truck markets, from its current facility in Pune, India. This focus coupled with successful and innovative solutions have been responsible for its rapid growth (6-year CAGR: 26% approx.).

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