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Atul Auto Ltd to foray into manufacturing of small Four wheelers Print E-mail
Written by Vivek   
Wednesday, 08 June 2011
Mumbai: Atul Auto Ltd is exploring possibilities to get into manufacturing of small Four wheelers. The technical team of the Company is currently evaluating product configuration and commercial aspects. The company has already started scouting for land for this project.

Since the area of existing plant at Shapar (Dist. Rajkot) would not be sufficient to cater the requirement of the new product and on account of availabilities of skilled manpower near Ahmedabad (Gujarat), the company has decided to explore the possibilities of acquiring land in or around Ahmedabad.

"The Management of the Company perceives that in the nearest future, the urban market would prefer to replace three wheelers with Ultra Light Commercial Vehicles (ULCV) and it is primarily decided to explore the possibilities to get into manufacturing of small Four wheelers," the company said in a regulatory filing.

The company has clarified that the final decision on the project will be taken after evaluating all commercial, financial, legal and procedural aspects of the project.

During the year 2010-11, the company registered a growth rate of 69 % as compared to previous fiscal 2009-10. Now, the company intends to facilitate the expanded dealers network by adding few more products. According to the company, it's newly launched product "Atul Gem" has been highly appreciated and accepted and is well penetrated in the market.

 
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