Tata Technologies, a fast-growing engineering services and manufacturing enterprise IT, plans to leverage its business presence in the growing off-highway construction equipment business through its expertise in executing turnkey projects.
Enumerating the company’s capabilities, Mr. Warren Harris, Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, Tata Technologies
, said, “With the rapidly emerging mature markets, technology is being adopted at an unprecedented speed. Along with this, product development cycles are being increasingly compressed. OEMs are looking for more product customization and standardization to give them a competitive edge. We are offering a total value proposition to the OEMs with our exclusive solutions for the entire manufacturing ecosystem through right selection, deployment and adaption of technologies, for creating highly competitive products. Our combined global workforce, processes and technologies drive efficiencies and innovations throughout the entire product realization and manufacturing lifecycle.”
Regarding the company’s turnkey business, Mr. Harris said, “Our approach on a macro level involves market research and analysis for developing the product, design conceptualization, product and process validation, manufacturing process and engineering, product readiness and launch, and resource planning in line with our objective of cost reduction and quality improvement, to provide total cost of ownership and value to the end-user.”
Mr. Warris informed, “Tata Technologies has successfully collaborated with Hitachi Construction Machinery Japan and Tata Hitachi Construction Machinery Pvt. Ltd. to develop the new Backhoe Loader, christened Tata Hitachi Shinrai. It is for the very first time that any Engineering Services Outsourcing (ESO) company has demonstrated full machine development capabilities in the industrial heavy machinery space by supporting the customer from concept to production.”
Sharing details of the project, he said, “The client wanted to develop a competitive product for the Indian market with full system integration, enhanced aesthetics and functional appeal. The focus was also on improving its productivity, fuel efficiency, cabin space, and resale value. We did in-depth research on the current vehicle’s features, on other competing brands, and on engines, following which, we delivered a product with increased fuel efficiency, reliability and serviceability.”
Mr. Warris added, “We are also keen to explore opportunities in the wheel and backhoe loaders domain, and in earthmoving equipment, among others.”