Volvo Buses India Pvt Ltd

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Volvo Buses India Pvt Ltd Description

Volvo Buses India Pvt Ltd is a private established in the year 2006 on 28 of November in Bangalore. The company is a manufacturer of bodies (coach work) for motor vehicle that comprises of 10 models and variants. Volvo buses India exports their products to various countries like: South Africa, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. Volvo buses is a subsidiary of Volvo which became an independent division in the year 1968 based in Gothenburg. The company is one of the leading manufacturers of heavy commercial vehicle and diesel engines in more than 190 markets and 140 countries. The company has achieved a milestone of making the first bus on truck chassis in the year 1928. Volvo Company is annually delivers more than 10,000 vehicles with mastering electro mobility solutions. The company has more than 7000 dedicated employees working under them. Volvo’s production is in Europe, North & South America, Asia and Australia. The bus makers that are acquired by Volvo includes: Saffle Karosseri AB, Saffle, Sweden; Leyland Bus, United Kingdom; Steyr Bus GmbH, Steyr, Austria; Aabenraa Karrosseri A/S, Aabenraa, Denmark; Prevost Coaches, Quebec, Canada; Carrus Oy, Finland and Nova Bus, St-Eustache, Quebec, Canada. The company commits to quality means and better services that a customer can always rely on. The company has more than eighty years of safety innovation. They are working towards a more sustainable transportation industry. Be it a tough off-road application like mining and constructions or heavy haulage application like project cargo movements or any special applications that demands premium quality and high performance, the company has a truck specially designed for every purpose.

Volvo Buses India Pvt Ltd Overview

CIN
U34103DL1996PTC080856
TYPE
Private
CATEGORY
Company limited by Shares
SUB-CATEGORY
Non-govt company
WEBSITE
EMAIL
FOUNDED
02 Aug,1996
PAID-UP CAPITAL
20
AUTHORISED CAPITAL
500,000
7 Related Suppliers
N/A No. of plants

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18 Oct 2021

EEPC plans chapters in tier II & III cities to boost engineering exports

The Engineering Export Promotion Council of India has decided to go deep in tier-II and III cities to encourage firms in the smaller towns to join the global value chain and production networks. "Our strategy is to create more engineering exporters by moving into smaller towns all over the country through the opening of EEPC India chapters," EEPC chairman Mahesh Desai said.

17 Oct 2021

Sri Lanka seeks $500 mn loan from India for fuel purchase

The state-run Ceylon Petroleum Corporation (CPC) owes nearly USD 3.3 billion to the two main government banks -- Bank of Ceylon and People's Bank. The state oil distributors imports crude from the Middle East and refined products from other areas, including Singapore.

16 Oct 2021

TNSTC starts AC bus services in Trichy city

TNSTC said that people preferring limited-stop service may consider the premium AC buses as Trichy has sultry weather on most days of the year. “Based on the response, TNSTC can operate more such AC fleets to encourage public transport among passengers commuting to the transit hubs,” said V Nadaraja, AITUC district president.

14 Oct 2021

Kia India drives in Sonet anniversary edition at Rs 10.79 lakh

"The Sonet has been one of our breakthrough products that have contributed to Kia's success in India. With sales of more than one lakh units in less than a year, the Sonet has already established itself as one of India's highest-selling compact SUVs.

14 Oct 2021

Indian businesses seek government support to meet 2030 EV target

This is the first collective push by companies in India to switch to clean mobility and comes weeks ahead of an United Nations' climate change conference - seen as crucial to wringing out more commitments from governments to stop global warming.

13 Oct 2021

Indian economy is recovering from COVID-19 crisis: World Bank President

Malpass said he went to India in late 2019 and saw the changes that were being made that were quite positive in terms of the banking system, the financial system, the civil service system, and ways that India was looking for ways to improve the clean water situation which is very important in India for child nutrition for improving nutrition.

13 Oct 2021

India’s oil demand to rise 50% by 2030 against global expansion of 7%: Report

India’s oil consumption is forecast to rise from 4.8 million barrels per day (mbd) in 2019 to 7.2 mbd in 2030 and 9.2 mbd in 2050, as per the IEA’s key scenario based on stated policies. The projection shows the centrality of oil in the Indian economy over the next three decades and runs counter to BP’s forecast last year that estimated the country’s oil demand to peak in 2025.

12 Oct 2021

Volvo Car introduces lifetime parts warranty scheme for customers

"It is for the first time in India that such an initiative has been offered to luxury customers. This is a unique offer in the automotive industry that gives the customer carefree and secure car ownership," Volvo Car India Managing Director Jyoti Malhotra stated.

12 Oct 2021

Govt intends to convert buses to electric vehicles

Another suggestion that is being adopted is that of the settlement of customer-related issues, which has been given a window of 90 days. This will be reduced to 30 days, after suggestions from citizens. For consumer benefit and rapid adoption of EVs, the government may even ask stakeholders to arrange free test drives with the objective to inform consumers about the technology and its advantages.

12 Oct 2021

To recover losses and boost revenue, Haryana roadways to add more seats to its buses

The state roadways department is planning to increase the size of its buses and add more seats to them so as to not only accommodate more passengers in each bus but also increase the revenue generation per bus. For this, the department is working on a prototype model, which will be sent for approval before the changes can be made in the existing fleet of the state transport.

09 Oct 2021

Taiwan views India as an attractive investment destination

Speaking to TOI ahead of Taiwan’s National Day on October 10, Wang said a Taiwanese industrial cluster was likely to come up in a southern part of India, and Taiwan Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers Association (TEEMA) would also ramp up steps to have bigger footprint in India.

06 Oct 2021

New drone policy will benefit people living in remote areas: PM Modi

"Recently, many policy decisions were taken so that farmers, patients, people living in remote areas get maximum benefits from drone technology," said PM Modi, while interacting with the beneficiaries of the Svamitva scheme from Madhya Pradesh via videoconferencing.

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