You are here :HomeAbout Us

Ghana has been a key market for Tata Motors in Africa for more than five decades.

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.

Group Profile

Founded by Jamsetji Tata in 1868, the Tata Group is a global enterprise, headquartered in India, comprising over 100 independent operating companies...

More Information

Company profile

Tata Motors Limited, a USD 42 billion organisation, is a leading global automobile manufacturer with a portfolio that covers a wide range of cars...

More Information

LEADERSHIP

  • Board of Directors

    Our Board of Directors guides and motivates the organisation to achieve greater success, by defining new and exciting horizons for the company.

    View More
  • Management

    The senior leadership team works to achieve the vision and mission of the organisation, by setting high standards of performance and excellence.

    View More

Distributor Profile

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.

Vision, Mission and Values

 

 

 

 

Know More

MILESTONES

  • 2012

    Tata Motors' fleet of buses helps revamp Ghana’s public transport system.

  • 1998

    Tata Africa Holdings (Ghana), the first Tata subsidiary in West Africa is incorporated.

  • 1974

    Tata Motors begins export of public mass transit vehicles to Ghana.

Corporate citizenshipTata Motors is a signatory to the United Nations Global Compact. We play an active role
in community development and our CSR activities touch the lives of more than a million citizens.

National Drinking Water ProgramAmrutdhara
Employability ProgramKaushalya
Education ProgramVidyadhanam
Environment ProgramVasundhara
View Details

Sustainability

We ensure that our products and processes are environmentally sound in a variety of ways.

We work with alternative fuels, we have developed electric and hybrid vehicles for personal and public transport, and we use some of the world's most advanced equipment to check and control emissions.

View Details