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Asia MotorWorks

For the defunct South Korean automotive manufacturer see: Asia Motors


Asia MotorWorks Limited
Type Private company
Industry Automotive and autocomponents
Founded 2002
Founders Anirudh Bhuwalka
Headquarters Mumbai, Maharashtra, India[1]
Key people Anirudh Bhuwalka
(MD & CEO)
Products
Revenue Increase10 billion (US$160 million)[2]
Website www.amwmotors.com

Asia MotorWorks Ltd (AMW) manufactures commercial vehicle, auto components, fully built vehicles and forged components, in India. Founded in 2002, AMW has won Commercial Vehicle (CV) of the year 2008 from NDTV Profit Car and Bike Awards[3] & "CV Innovation of the Year" for 2010 from CV Magazine & Zee Business News.[4]

Operations

AMW 2523
AMW 2518

AMW’s product range covers the full range of heavy-duty applications in mining, construction, power, petroleum, roads and highways, other infrastructure projects and general cargo transportation.

The Company’s manufacturing facility in Bhuj, Western India is spread over 2 million sq. meters and produces vehicles for a wide range of civilian and defence applications. AMW has invested over Rs20 billion in the plant and has a capacity to produce 50,000 vehicles. In addition AMW makes tipper bodies, trailers and other fully built vehicles at their plant.

The state-of-art manufacturing includes assembly, axles and drivelines, frame shop and automated cab painting facilities. All AMW vehicles undergo stringent testing at our comprehensive testing facilities.

The company is certified to TS 16949, by BVQI. Its vehicles have won several awards for innovation and performance, including “Truck of the year” award.

AMW’s vehicles are exported to the SAARC nations including Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Myanmar

AMW manufactures components for the automotive and general engineering industries. AMW’s capacity of 15 million wheel rims makes it the largest single location plant in Asia.[5] The company supplies pressed metal components to the world’s auto and white goods manufacturers. AMW has over 1500 touch points across India.

References

  1. ^ "Contact AMW | Asia Motor Works". Amwasia.com. Retrieved 2011-03-16. 
  2. ^ Asia MotorWorks make a mark with a well-thought strategy - Business Today
  3. ^ NULL. "Asia MotorWorks wins Truck of The Year Award". Moneycontrol.com. Retrieved 2011-03-16. 
  4. ^ "Asia MotorWorks wins CV innovation award :: Andhra Business : Growing with AP :". Andhra Business. 10 March 2010. Retrieved 2011-03-16. 
  5. ^ Auto Components | Auto Components Manufacturer - AMW

External links

  • Official Site of AsiaMotor Works
  • AMWMGM Forgings
  • Trantzar Trailers
  • Business Today article on Anirudh Bhuwalka and AMW
  • The HinduAMW news from
  • http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/news-by-industry/auto/automobiles/Asia-motor-works/articleshow/2181328.cms
  • http://machinist.in/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1228&Itemid=2
  • http://www.indianexpress.com/news/a-long-haute-haul/268243/0
  • http://www.amwmotors.com


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