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Ashok Leyland's output at 75% of pre-Covid levels: COO Anuj Kathuria

In a Q&A, Anuj Kathuria dwells on the segment shift towards intermediate commercial vehicles (ICVs) and tippers

Ashok Leyland | LCV | Commercial vehicle sales

T E Narasimhan  |  Chennai 

Anuj Kathuria
Anuj Kathuria, chief operating officer of Ashok Leyland

Commercial vehicle (CV) sales are improving month-on-month against the backdrop of demand from e-commerce as well as pick up in infrastructure and mining projects. The country’s second-largest CV maker Ashok Leyland’s (ALL’s) chief operating officer (COO) Anuj Kathuria spoke to T E Narasimhan, revealing how a segment shift happened more towards intermediate commercial vehicles (ICVs) and tippers. Edited excerpts:



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First Published: Fri, October 09 2020. 15:42 IST