Ghana, known as the 'Gold Coast' for its vast deposits of gold, was first sub-Saharan African Nation to declare its independence. The country, a major producer of cocoa and gold, is fast emerging as one of the important regional powers in North West Africa. For fifty years, Tata Motors has been exporting commercial vehicles to this important market. In the past decade, the company has made giant strides, supplying various models of buses, trucks and cars to meet the country's growing and disparate needs. In 2012, Tata Motors’ fleet of buses helped the country revamp its public transport system, provided taxis for the unions and pick-ups for election duties.
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Tata Africa Holdings (Ghana)
A fully-owned subsidiary of Tata Africa Holdings (SA) Pty Ltd., Tata Africa Holdings (Ghana) is the first Tata subsidiary in West Africa. It was incorporated in 1998. The company facilitates the import and supply of Tata Motors’ vehicles and spare parts.
Tata Motors' fleet of buses helps revamp Ghana’s public transport system.
Tata Africa Holdings (Ghana), the first Tata subsidiary in West Africa is incorporated.
Tata Motors begins export of public mass transit vehicles to Ghana.
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