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Tata Motors along with its partner, Diesel & Motor Engineering PLC has launched the Tata PRIMA range of world-class commercial vehicles in Sri Lanka. The Tata Prima range is the technologically advanced offering in the Medium and Heavy Commercial Vehicles segment, from Tata Motors.

The models introduced in Sri Lanka are the Tata PRIMA 4023 LX ( 4X2), Tata PRIMA 4923 LX (6X4), Tata PRIMA 4028 ( 4X2), Tata PRIMA 4938 (6X4), Tata PRIMA 4038 (4X2) and the Tata PRIMA 4928 (6X4), which are primarily targeted at container movement, cement transportation & the gas logistics across the island. In their power, speed, carrying capacity, operating economy and trims, they will introduce new benchmarks in Sri Lanka and match the best in the world in performance.

According to Ravindra Pisharody, Executive Director, Commercial Vehicles Business Unit, Tata Motors, "The Tata PRIMA range is an output of collaboration across the Tata Motors family, supplemented by inputs from partners across the world. The revamped infrastructure in Sri Lanka makes it possible for transporters to reap the benefit of the Tata PRIMA trucks with higher power, speed and carrying capacity. This new range from Tata Motors will meet the changing needs in the Sri Lankan market."

The launch has culminated with the transformation which is taking place in Sri Lanka as reflected in the revamped infrastructure of world-class ports, expressways & new economic hubs being developed. The Tata PRIMA range comprises Tractor-trailers, Tippers, and Special Application vehicles which can meet varied end user requirements.

The Tata PRIMA has been jointly developed by Tata Motors and its two subsidiaries, Tata Daewoo Commercial Vehicle Company, South Korea and the Tata Motors European Technical Centre PLC, UK. The company has harnessed the best of inputs and technologies - in styling, engines, transmissions, suspension, chassis frames, fabrication and dies -- from partners based in countries like Italy, Germany, Sweden, United States of America, Japan and South Korea.

Source - Wheels unplugged