Tata Motors and NITOL donate Sumo Ambulances in Bangladesh
Tata Motors Limited and NITOL donated ten Sumo Ambulances at the Gonobhaban, the office of the Prime Minister in People’s Republic of Bangladesh today. Mr. Johnny Oommen of Tata Motors and Mr. Matlub Ahmed of NITOL had the honour of donating ten Sumo Ambulances to the Government of Bangladesh.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Johnny Oommen, Head International Business, Passenger Vehicles, Tata Motors, said, at Tata Motors, we work with the belief that business is to create wealth for the progress of a nation and the well- being of the community. Our presence in Bangladesh has been widespread and strong and with the dedication and commitment to make a small contribution towards improving the health services for the people of the country, we announce the entry of the Sumo ambulance. With a long term association with NITOL Motors since 1988, we look forward to many such contributions to uplift the welfare of the society in Bangladesh.”
Speaking at the ceremony, Mr. Matlub Ahmed, CEO, NITOL said “Bangladesh lacks modern hospitals & hospital equipments. Ambulance is one of the first equipment which any hospital must have in order to safely transport critical patients. Today, we are extremely happy that the honorable Prime Minister has accepted ten ambulances from the Nitol-Tata Motors alliance, in the presence of the honorable Health Minister, Secretary & the Director General of Health Services. We hope that Tata Motors would serve the health sector of Bangladesh as well as it has served the commercial vehicle segment.”
The ambulances will be gifted to the Prime Minister, after which the ten units will be utilized to benefit medical and health services of the below-mentioned organizations:
Tata Motors’ vehicles have been popular in Bangladesh since 1972. Today, our cars, buses and cargo vehicles make us an important player in the transport segment. Over two-thirds of the commercial vehicles sold here bear our logo. Our passenger cars – the Tata Nano, Tata Indigo and Tata Sumo – have made us the third most popular passenger car brand in the market in a short span of two years.
Tata Motors has always attempted to contribute towards the social development of the countries it operates in. The donation of these ambulances will enable the accessibility of ambulance services to a wider section of community, who currently do not have access to basic health services.
About the Sumo SE Ambulance:
Major features: Stretcher, Medical cabinet, stand for oxygen cylinder, dual A/C, front and rear bumper, basin, fog lamps, bar light on the top, announcement system.
Engine: 1948 cc Diesel engine, 68 PS @ 4500 rpm.
We propose to supply the Sumo Gold Ambulance in future.
Major features:HVAC, Power steering, Central Locking, Stretcher, cabinet, provision for oxygen cylinder Engine: 2956 cc Diesel engine, 81-84 PS @ 3000 rpm
About Tata Motors
Tata Motors Limited is India’s largest automobile company, with consolidated revenues of INR 2,62,796 crores (USD 42.04 billion) in 2014-15. Through subsidiaries and associate companies, Tata Motors has operations in the UK, South Korea, Thailand, South Africa and Indonesia. Among them is Jaguar Land Rover, the business comprising the two iconic British brands. It also has an industrial joint venture with Fiat in India. With over 8 million Tata vehicles plying in India, Tata Motors is the country’s market leader in commercial vehicles and among the top in passenger vehicles. Tata cars, buses and trucks are being marketed in several countries in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, South Asia, South East Asia, South America, Australia, CIS and Russia.
About Nitol Motors
Nitol Motors Pvt Ltd. (NML’s) partnership with Tata Motors stretches back to 1988. Today, NML is the largest automobile distributor of Tata Motors in Bangladesh. It is also the most dominant player in Bangladesh’s commercial vehicle market with over 70 per cent market share. The flagship company of the Nitol-Niloy Group, NML offers customers the largest sales, service and spare parts network in the country. It also assembles Tata Motors’ commercial vehicles at NITA, a CKD assembly plant in Jessore that is a joint venture with the automobile giant. NML has over 2000 employees working to a common goal of delivering quality products and services while adding synergy to the growth of NML’s overall brand value.