been in long-term business association with Tata Motors supporting the company
for both passenger car and commercial vehicle business units. In fact, the
plant set up in Pune in 2009 was born to serve Tata as major customer. During
this last decade, MTA developed many different products thanks to the work done
by our sales people in India always in close cooperation with Tata Motors
Research & Development team.
In 2005 Tata pioneered the small commercial vehicle industry with the launch of Tata Ace and is now the leader in this category with 2.2 million commercial vehicles rolled out so far. To Tata Ace BS6 MTA is supplying 3, 4 and 5-way modular fuse boxes in six different configurations with MegaVal and MidiVal fuses. These versatile and easy to be mounted modular fuse boxes give the customer an important help to solve any problem linked to allocation inside the vehicle.
Tata is a
leader in the light commercial vehicle and medium & heavy commercial
vehicle markets too. For these two vehicle groups, and particularly for Ultra
and Prima models, MTA R&D has worked to adapt its 4, 5 and 12-way frames to
be mounted horizontal in various platforms of BS6+ trucks and buses. Together
with the frames, MTA is delivering six different types of fuse-relay modules
and related terminals.
In the near future, for its bus platform, Tata will use MTA battery unit, both in its right and left version, with battery terminals in Z axis. This battery distribution unit has compact dimensions which make it versatile and easy to be placed.
A modern site in Pune with high standards,
which serves both local manufacturers and OEMs operating in that geographical
Designated for power distribution and main electric services protection, these PDUs were developed based on a modular design concept for the utmost versatility.