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Greaves Cotton, Atul Auto join hands to develop BS-VI power train solutions

India is set to leapfrog from the current BS-IV emission norms to much stricter BS-VI by April 2020

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

Greaves Cotton, Atul Auto join hands to develop BS-VI power train solutions

Engineering major and three-wheeler manufacturer on Tuesday entered into an to jointly develop power train solutions to meet

Under the agreement, the partners are looking to develop a new generation of fuel agnostic range of power train solutions meeting using diesel, petrol, CNG and electric power, the two said in a joint statement.

India is set to leapfrog from the current BS-IV emission norms to much stricter BS-VI by April 2020.

Chairman and Managing Director Jayantibhai Chandra said the company's relationship with Greaves has been spread over a decade and their "joint efforts have borne successful results on the ground in transporting people and goods in the last mile transportation space".

"With this new agreement, keeps its commitment to the Indian market to provide value driven solutions at the lower end of the market," he added.

MD and CEO Nagesh Basavanhalli said the company is investing in new technologies to build capabilities to meet demands for fuel agnostic, future ready solutions to serve last mile transportation market.

"These solutions will cover a range of fuels from diesel, petrol, CNG to electric...We are greatly encouraged by the response from our OEM customers like Atul Auto," he added.

Basavanhalli said Greaves also has the advantage of a large network of over 3,500 spares and service outlets, which can be upgraded to serve the entire range of fuel agnostic vehicles.

First Published: Tue, September 12 2017. 16:19 IST
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