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Tata Motors in service pact with Total Lubrifiants in Africa

Tata Motors in service pact with Total Lubrifiants in Africa

Snapshot: Tata motors and Total Lubrifiants will jointly support in the modernisation of Tata Motors workshops across Africa

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Tata Motors and Total Lubrifiants, a leading global integrated oil and gas firm, signed a partnership agreement to supply lubricants and products to Tata Motors in African markets. The agreement will ensure the right oil grade and lubrication requirements to Tata Motors commercial vehicles.

Commenting on the agreement, Tata Motors Global Head for Customer Care (Commercial Vehicles) Sanjeev Garg said, "Through our partnership with Total Lubrifiants, we will provide our customers with superior quality lubricants, developed specially for Tata Motors commercial vehicles, enhancing the performance of our engines, gearboxes and drivelines." 

Moreover, Total Lubrifiants will also jointly support Tata Motors workshop in the modernization in Africa.

Tata Motors is the first commercial vehicle manufacturer in Africa which offer a pan-Africa warranty called TATA -X-TEND. The customers can avail warranty and service support within the continent.

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