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 tonne segment of the Indian commercial vehicle market.
The 1618 TP is a single axle (4X2) tipper powered by a 178bhp diesel engine, mated to a 6-speed gearbox. The model offer superior driver comfort thanks to its air-conditioned cabin which has class-leading aesthetics. With the launch of the 1618 TP, AMW now offers truck models ranging from 16 tons to 49 tons for various applications in the construction and mining sectors.
According to Anirudh Bhuwalka, Managing Director and CEO, AMW, “AMW is an Associate Sponsor at EXCON 2011, which is one of the biggest exhibitions for the fast growing construction sector in India. With a strong focus on infrastructure development by the government, we are sure there would be increase in participation from international players, as also from most Indian companies in this domain.”
Bhuwalka added, “On display at EXCON is our latest offering, the 1618 TP. This single axle 16 tonner marks our foray into the competitive 16 tonne segment and we are confident that this product will perform extremely well in the demanding and arduous construction and mining segment, in which AMW enjoys a number 2 position in the country.”
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