1000 Tata Motors CNG buses get maintenance contract renewal from DTC
| Thursday | 18th July, 2019
NEW DELHI: DTC (Delhi Transport Corporation) has extended the annual maintenance contract with Tata Motors for 1,000 of its CNG buses which the homegrown automaker has supplied.
DTC has bought these buses from Tata Motors and inducted then in its fleet in-between 2007 and 2009 under a contract of comprehensive annual maintenance of up to 7,50,000 km.
Tata Motors said in a statement that the DTC has extended the contract for another 1,20,000 km for the 1,000 buses for which the said contract was about to expire.
Tata Motors Global Head Customer Care, Commercial Vehicles Business Unit, R Ramakrishnan said that the extension of the contract is a testimony of our efforts, backed by enhanced tailored-made services, providing DTC customers with a unique experience.
The company further added that it has provided an annual maintenance contract for a total of 2,682 buses.
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