Sandeep Singh, MD at Tata Hitachi said, “Our success through six decades rests on the foundation of reliable product line up ranging from 2- to 120-ton Excavators, Wheel Loaders and Backhoe loader named Shinrai, which are manufactured at our plants at Kharagpur and Dharwad in India, supported by a well-equipped and widespread dealer network across the country. Tata Hitachi has been a pioneer in the Mining segment as a committed and dependable partner with a range of Mining Equipment with a strong back of servicing support.”
Shin Nakajima, Director, Sales and Marketing, Tata Hitachi, said, “The partnership between Tata Motors and Hitachi Construction Machinery brings to the table a unique amalgam of cutting-edge Japanese technology and Tata’s strengths of localisation as well as leadership with trust. This forms the foundation of the Company’s success and its market standing in the excavator segment for several decades now.”
The company’s journey began in 1961 with the commencement of the construction equipment division at Jamshedpur. Today it has expanded to two state-of-the-art manufacturing plants at Dharwad and Kharagpur, as well as over 240 customer-facing touchpoints, one of the largest such footprints in the industry.
Tata Hitachi has also set up a captive remanufacturing facility to provide customised solutions to customers with Attachments, Refurbished aggregates and Certified Used Equipment at a competitive price to improve efficiency and life cycle.
“We have played a humble role over the last 60 years to lay a strong foundation by adapting cutting edge technology from Hitachi Construction Machinery. With a special focus on localisation, a substantial part of our equipment is sourced and manufactured in India, making us truly Aatmanirbhar,” said Singh.
“We are steadfast in our intent to further expand our commitment towards supporting the Nation Building drive of the Government by developing infrastructure for Road, Rail, Ports and Urban development. We are resolute in our pledge of ‘Chalo Desh Banaye,’” he added.