STC appointed as authorised distributor of TATA Green Batteries

STC appointed as authorised distributor of TATA Green Batteries

Syakar Trading Company has been appointed as the authorised distributor of Tata Green Batteries for Honda motorcycles, scooters, power products motors (Automotive) in Nepal.

KATHMANDU: Syakar Trading Company (STC), authorised distributor and retailer of Honda motorcycles and scooters in Nepal, has been appointed as authorised OEM distributor of Tata Green Batteries for Honda Motorcycle and Scooters, Honda Power Products and Honda Motors (Automotive) in Nepal. [caption id="attachment_26502" align="alignnone" width="1000"] Photo: Media9[/caption] Tata Green Batteries are manufactured by Tata AutoComp GY Batteries, one of India's leading automotive and 2W battery manufacturers. [caption id="attachment_26505" align="alignnone" width="1000"] Photo: Media9[/caption] At a programme organized in Kathmandu today, Anil Bhamre, Vice President Sales and Marketing, Tata AutoComp GY Batteries, said, "Tata Green Batteries is one of the biggest suppliers of two-wheeler batteries in India to major OEMs like Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India (HMSI), Yamaha, TVS, Jawa, Suzuki and Piaggio. We wish to replicate India’s success story in Nepal too, by associating with STC which is a well-known name in the region and strongly believe that this tie-up will be a major boost for the growth of Tata Green Batteries in Nepal." [caption id="attachment_26506" align="alignnone" width="1000"] Photo: Media9[/caption] On the occasion, Saurabh Jyoti Chairman, STC, shared, "Tata is one of the biggest brands in the business world and joining hands with a Tata Group company is a great landmark in the rich history of STC. We are confident that through our wide and deep network of more than 150 dealers across the country, we will be able to place Tata Green Batteries for all Honda customers across the country. Our teams will work hand-in-hand to create a great brand experience ensuring easy availability and prompt customer service." Tata Green Batteries (TGY) is a 50:50 joint venture between Tata AutoComp Systems and GS Yuasa Corporation, Japan. Tata AutoComp from the house of Tata is one of the largest tier 1 automotive components manufacturers and suppliers of many components to reputed OEMs around the globe. Likewise, GS YUASA is the world's largest two-wheeler battery manufacturer and Asia's largest automotive battery manufacturer with strong OEM relationships and a worldwide presence in more than 20 countries. [gallery link="file" size="full" columns="1" ids="26507,26504"] Today TGY supplies to leading auto OEMs across two-wheeler, three-wheeler and four-wheeler vehicles, off-road and Genset, E-rickshaw and commercial vehicle spaces in India. TGY has a significant presence in aftermarket across various segments like passenger cars, utility vehicles, commercial vehicles, tractors, off-highway, inverter, solar and E-rickshaw with a strong pan India network of more than 500 distributors, 15,000 retailers and 25,000 mechanics and garages. STC belongs to Jyoti Group of Companies of Nepal, has been the sole distributor of Honda four-wheeler and two-wheeler vehicles, Genset, power products, and other Honda products for Nepal for the last 55 years under the leadership of Chairman Saurabh Jyoti and Vice Charman Suhrid Jyoti. Currently, the group boasts of a network of 2 million customers with more than 150 dealers located in more than 100 locations in Nepal. READ ALSO:

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