A company that sells cars, planes and other goods on a nationwide network of tapiocones has entered the Indian market, and has set up a website.
Glatt Express has a new website and is launching a new line of products to compete with Tata Motors, said a spokesperson.
Glantar is a logistics company based in India, which sells trucks and other vehicles on a network of “tapioca Express” delivery trucks.
The company operates in five cities in India – Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bengaluru and Hyderabad.
It operates on a per-kilometre basis, and offers delivery of vehicles to remote locations.
Glaton is owned by Tata Motors India Ltd, which is based in Kolkata.
Tata Motors India has a 50% stake in Glatt.
Glantz’ main competitor is Tata Motors’ Express Auto, which operates in Delhi, Delhi-NCR and other cities in the north-west of the country.
Glatts new product line is called Glatt Auto Express, and it offers a range of cars, trucks and vans in Delhi- NCR, Bangalore, Bengal, Hyderabad and other parts of the state of Maharashtra.
Glat Auto Express sells a range and size of cars on its website, and Glatt also sells vans and minivans in Bangalore, Hyderburn and other places in Maharashtra.
The brand sells a car in India which costs Rs.3 lakh (approximately $3,500).
Tata has a market share of 22% in India.
Glats competitors are a mix of Tata Motors and other Indian firms, and are also based in other countries, the spokesperson said.
The spokesperson said Glatt is not yet in a position to launch a new product, but the brand is in discussions with Tata.
Tatas car and auto sales, marketing and sales group did not respond to a query about Glatt’s future plans.
GlatiAutoExpress.com, GlatAutoExpress India and Glat AutoExpress India Limited are registered in India but are listed as wholly-owned subsidiaries of Tata Motor India Ltd.
The Glatt company’s website states that it is an Indian company and is registered with the Registrar of Companies in the United Kingdom.
It is also registered in Ireland.
Glatton is a subsidiary of Tata.