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Syakar Trading appointed authorized OEM Distributor of TATA Green Batteries

22 July 2022  

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KATHMANDU: Syakar Trading Company Pvt. Ltd ( STC), the authorized distributor and retailer of Honda motorcycles/scooters in Nepal has been appointed as the Authorized OEM distributor of Tata Green Batteries for two-wheeler batteries for HMSI (Honda Motorcycle & Scooters), HSPP (Honda Power Products) and Honda Motors (Automotive) in Nepal.

Tata Green Batteries are manufactured by Tata AutoComp GY Batteries Pvt Ltd., one of India’s leading automotive and 2W battery manufacturers, a statement issued by Syakar Trading said.

Ravi Gupta, CEO of Tata Green Batteries, “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, Java, Suzuki and Piaggio.”

Saurabh Jyoti, Chairman- STC, said, “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.”

He added, “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 Nepal.”

Publish Date : 22 July 2022 06:09 AM

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