Thailand Purchased 600 Made-In-India Tata Military Trucks For Its Army (Royal Thai Army) - Insiderfolks

Thailand Purchased 600 Made-In-India Tata Military Trucks For Its Army (Royal Thai Army) – Insiderfolks, As the Prime Minister said that he wanted to be a ‘local voice,’ he also said that goods were made competitive with multinational brands.

Tata Motors-India’s leading auto brand-seems to have strengthened the brand’s position on the ‘Vocal for Local’ initiative by producing high-end military support vehicles not only for the region, but for the benefit of international defence agreements.

Thailand Purchased 600 Made-In-India Tata Military Trucks For Its Army (Royal Thai Army) - Insiderfolks
Thailand Purchased 600 Made-In-India Tata Military Trucks For Its Army (Royal Thai Army) – Insiderfolks

Atmanirbhar Bharat: The Royal Thai Army is in the process of completing its purchase of over 600 TATA LPTA military trucks…They are rugged & easy to maintain. Fit for purpose. Fit for service of the nation. 👍👍🇳🇪🇹🇭 pic.twitter.com/lDT5W5jlg2

— Chutintorn Sam Gongsakdi (@Chutintorn_Sam) August 25, 2020

More recently, the Thai Ambassador to India welcomed India’s Atmanirbhar Bharat initiative by announcing the purchasing of 600 Tata military vehicles.

Chutintorn Sam Gongsakdi tweeted, ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat: The Royal Thai Army is in the process of completing its procurement of over 600 TATA LPTA military trucks… they are durable and easy to operate. Suit to the task. Built for the service of the country.

According to the Motoroids study, Tata Motors has been a leading security provider to the country’s armed and paramilitary forces for a long time. The history of the Security Party dates back to the 1940s.

Besides being a leading manufacturer of mobility solutions to the Indian Army , Navy , Air Force and various security services, the organisation also exports its range of advanced combat vehicles to SAARC, ASEAN, African nations and UN peacekeeping forces in war zones in Africa.

Chutintorn Sam Gongsakdi, in his tweet about the military buy, ended up making a mistake by posting the Niger Flag instead of India to signify the offer.

After people online found out that he used the wrong flag, Sam Gongsakdi, quickly made an apology saying ‘Sorry. It’s so tiny, I thought it was a lack of data. Really, I checked before I picked it.’

Here’s what people had to say: 

Tata Motors, India’s largest revenue vehicle maker, is planning a number of advanced combat, military, logistics and armoured vehicles, including high-end rocket launchers for the Indian Defense Forces.

V S Noronha-Vice President (Security and Government Business), Tata Motors-said to Business Standard earlier this year, “Tata Motors has been really aggressive in the security market, so it’s not like we ‘re waiting for order. We knew like, somewhere down the road, there will be a stronger emphasis on indiginization and keeping in mind that we’ve gone ahead and built the (LPTA 5252) 12X12.

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