The company has taken various steps to expand its market portfolio in West Bengal market due to the state’s business environment, a customer base, and a hospitable climate for investments.
” We are committed to strengthening our presence in Eastern India, particularly in West Bengal, which is a key market for us, and remain steadfast to delivering top-quality LCV products and services that cater to the specific requirements of this region,” said Amandeep Singh, President LCV, International Operations, Ashok Leyland.
The automaker hopes that the expansion will enable itself to reinforce its position as a leading player in the LCV market.
Commercial vehicle maker Ashok Leyland on Wednesday reported a 13 per cent increase in total sales at 16,864 units in October as compared to 14,863 units in the same month last year. Domestic sales were up 14 per cent at 15,759 units as against 13,860 units in October 2022, Ashok Leyland said in a statement.
Sales of medium and heavy commercial vehicles in the domestic market were at 9,411 units as against 8,189 units in the year-ago period, up 15 per cent, it added.Light commercial vehicle sales in the domestic market last month stood at 6,348 units as against 5,671 units in the year-ago period, up 12 per cent, the company added.