Amwasia.com - Asia Motorworks Company News Section
Asia Motorworks Information
Asia MotorWorks Ltd.,
7th Floor, Tower 1,
Equinox Business Park,
(Peninsula Techno Park),, Off Bandra-Kurla Complex,
L.B.S. Marg, Mumbai
Asia MotorWorks (AMW) manufactures commercial vehicle and components and has achieved a unique position in India%u2019s transportation sector through innovative engineering and high customer orientation. Rolling out the first truck in 2008, AMW has increased its presence in an increasingly competitive market place through its products and service network spread across the country. AMW has also become an intrinsic part of India%u2019s largest infrastructure and construction projects including the Yamuna Expressway and Golden Quadrilateral.
Asia MotorWorks (AMW) one of the largest heavy commercial manufacturers has expanded its service network across the globe. Their mutual intention is to help out their customers by establishing their service station in on the national highway, thus enabling their customers hassle free transportation across their journey.
Asia MotorWorks (AMW) won the top three awards in the 'Truck' category of Rally Desert Storm 2012. The rally was flagged off from New Delhi on February 20 with night stops aimed to reach Ahmedabad on February 25, about 3,000 kms route of Rally Desert Storm.
India's third largest heavy commercial vehicle manufacturer Asia MotorWorks (AMW) reported solid growth during the current fiscal year, with cumulative truck sales of 8078 units during April 2011 to January 2012. This represents a 53% growth over the same period last year, when AMW sold 5285 trucks.
India's third largest heavy commercial vehicle manufacturer AMW (Asia MotorWorks) will showcase two new state of the art models at the Auto Expo 2012. This premier automotive industry exhibition runs from January 5 to 11, 2012 at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi.
Asia Motor Works (AMW) launched its new 1618 TP Tipper model at the EXCON exhibition in Bangalore on November 24. This important new model marks AMW's entry into the competitive 16 ton segment of the Indian commercial vehicle market.