TVS Group

TVS Group is an Indian diversified industrial conglomerate with its principal headquarters located in Chennai and Coimbatore. Almost all holdings of the group are private. The largest and most visible subsidiary is TVS Motors, the fourth-largest two-wheeler manufacturers in India. TVS Group, with group revenue of more than USD 4 billion, is an automotive conglomerate company, specialized in manufacturing of two-wheeler, three-wheeler, auto-electricals components, high tensile fasteners, die casting products, brakes, wheels, tyres, axles, seating systems, fuel injection components, electronic and electrical components and many more.

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T. V. Sundaram Iyengar - As An Industrialist
... This paved the way for the genesis of the TVS Group ... scarcity, to meet the demands, Sundram Iyengar designed and produced the TVS Gas Plant ... there have been four largely distinct branches that, however, have worked under the TVS umbrella ...
TVS Group - Other Companies
... Sundaram Textiles Limited Transenergy Limited Delphi-TVS Diesel Systems Limited India Japan Lighting Private Limited TVS Automotive Europe Limited India Motor Parts Accessories Limited TVS ... Limited, Singapore TVS Motor Company (Europe) B V, Amsterdam PT.TVS Motor Company Indonesia, Indonesia TVS Energy Limited, Chennai TVS Investments Limited ... Spain TVS Logistics Siam Limited, Thailand TVS Autoserv GmbH, Germany TVS Logistics Investment UK Limited, UK YeleStre Holdings Limited, UK Multipart (Holdings) Limited, UK Multipart Solutions Limited, UK IH Crick ...

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