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What are MNCs?

MNCs are huge industrial organizations which

extend their industrial and marketing
operations through a network of their branches
or their Majority Owned Foreign Affiliates.
MNCs are also know as Transnational
Corporation (TNCs).
Features of MNC
1. Big size
2. Huge intellectual capital
3. Operates in many countries
4. Large number of customer
5. Large number of competitors
6. Structured way of decision making

Advantages of MNCs
MNCs have become vehicles of technology to
the developing countries
Greater employment and career opportunities
are provided by these MNCs.
MNCs make commendable contribution to
inventions and innovations in the host country.
Practice of MNCs bring to the host country, the
latest technique in the field of management.
Varity of goods and services produced for local
Disadvantages of MNCs
MNCs create monopolies in the market and
eliminate local competitors.
MNCs may create depletion of resources due
to its continues use by these overseas
MNCs generally carry out their R&D in their
home country and supply to the host country.
MNCs generally import huge raw materials due to
its continuous use by these overseas companies

Introduction On TTM
Founded : 1945
Founder : JRD Tata
Headquarters : Mumbai,india
key people : Ratan Tata,chairman
Parent : Tata Group

Started in 1945 in Mumbai, India.
Original production was on locomotives.
First car rolled off of the assembly line.
Tatas are a family of Indian industrialists and
The family founded:
cotton mills
hydroelectric-power plants
Are of their endeavors have been proved to be
crucial to India's industrial development.

South Korea
the Middle East
South East Asia
South Asia
South America.
Passenger cars and utility vehicles
Tata Sierra
Tata Estate
Tata Sumo
Tata Safari
Tata Indica
Tata Indigo
Tata Indigo Marina
Tata Winger
Tata Magic
Tata Nano
Tata Xenon XT
Tata Xover (2009)

Tata Motors In India

Tata Motors Limited is Indias largest automobile company, with
revenues of Rs. 35651.48 crores (USD 8.8 billion) in 2007-08.
It is the leader in commercial vehicles in each segment, and among
the top three in passenger vehicles with winning products in the
compact, midsize car and utility vehicle segments.
Tata Motors presence indeed cuts across the length and breadth of
Over 4 million Tata vehicles ply on Indian roads, since the first
rolled out in 1954.
The companys manufacturing base in India is spread across
Jamshedpur (Jharkhand), Pune (Maharashtra), Lucknow (Uttar
Pradesh), Pantnagar (Uttarakhand) and Dharwad (Karnataka).
The company is establishing a new plant at Sanand (Gujarat).

Tata Motors relies heavily on its sales in
Tata Motors now faces stiff
competition from fellow compatriots
like Mahindra, Maruti as well as
multinational brands like Toyota and
It has faced controversy over
developing the Nano.
Ashok Leyland, Tata's biggest
competitor in the Indian heavy
commercial vehicle market.

Tata Motors has been at the forefront of
the Indian automobile industry's anti-
pollution efforts by introducing cleaner
engines. Therefore Tata Motors Limited is
always committed to understanding
customer needs.
The name of TATA itself says it all