• May 2, 2019

    Jinal Shah, regional director of South Asia operations for Power Systems Research (PSR) will moderate a panel discussion on India emission standards May 10 at the Messe Frankfurt's NGV (Natural Gas Vehicles) India Summit in New Delhi.

    The two-day summit, beginning today, is one of the leading conferences dealing with natural gas vehicles, according to the conference management. 

    Shah will moderate a session dealing with the change in India's emission standards, as the country moves from the BS IV emission standard to the BS VI emission >Read more

  • Jan 29, 2019

    PSR-TPI Index-Q4 2018.pdf

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    In 2018, global truck production climbed 3.5% over 2017, as measured by the Power Systems Research Truck Production Index. (PSR-TPI).

    The TPI climbed 2.6%, >Read more

  • Jan 22, 2019

    PSR_Truck_Production_Index_Q4_2018pdf

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    ST. PAUL, MN — The Power Systems Research Truck Production Index (PSR-TPI) increased from 115 to 118,  or 2.6%, for the three >Read more

  • Nov 13, 2018

    Tata Motors Commercial Vehicles (CV) domestic sales continued to grow in October 2018 at 39,420 units, higher by 22%, over last year October, led by the continued acceptance of the BS4 products. Cumulative sales for the fiscal (April-October 2018) at 271,907 have grown by 40% over last year same period.


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    https://www.tatamotors.com/press/tata-motors-continues-its-growth-moment...

    PSR >Read more

  • Oct 10, 2018

     


    The Truck plant in São Bernardo do Campo – SP has increased exports by 34% in shipments of Accelo and Atego trucks to 20 countries in Africa and the Middle East compared to 2017. Exports are likely to keep growing in 2019 with tailor-made solutions for beverage distribution.

    Source: Automotive Business Read The Article

    PSR Analysis: The fall in the market since 2013 pushed this Brazilian truck OEM to shift its emphasis to exports. Since then, have grown. The remaining idle capacity and currency depreciation makes the export scenario extremely positive. The >Read more

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