04 Aug 2018


Busworld India is almost there. From 2 August to 31 August Bengaluru will be the host to Busworld India 2018. Among the list of participants a major player has subscribed: Tata Motors is now joining Busworld India 2018.

Tata Motors is the biggest car and commercial vehicle manufacturer in India. After being the main sponsor of the very successful Busworld and BOCI Road Show in Chennai, which attracted almost 700 operators, Tata Motors decided to participate to the 8th edition of Busworld India as a platinum sponsor and with a booth of 600 sqm. Together with other bus and coach manufacturers like MG Group, Force Motors, Goldstone Infratec, S.M. Kannappa and OJSC Holding Management Company of Belarus, they will present their latest innovations in bus and coach to the Busworld visitors.

More than 70 companies will be represented at Busworld India from 29 to 31 August in BIEC in Bengaluru. Via the busworldindia.org website, visitors can take a look at the profiles of these companies to prepare their visit. Vehicles, engines, drive trains, transmissions, tyres, seats, safety belts, air conditionings, etc. will be on show in Bengaluru.


Didier Ramoudt, President of Busworld International says he is very proud to host Tata Motors in Bengaluru. “For Busworld, this is the cherry on the cake, next to the splendid cooperation with BOCI - with whom we have organised the Road Shows - and ASRTU which is organising a full day conference about ‘Sustainable Public Transport’ during our exhibition.”

On the second day of the exhibition, the 30th of August, ASRTU organises a conference in the same premises as the exhibition. The main themes of this conference are: ‘sustainable public transport’, ‘electro mobility’, ‘the digitalisation of public transport’ and ‘access to public transport for people with disabilities’. All topics that are extremely relevant for the future of the Indian public transport.

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