Tata Daewoo Commercial commissions Pakistan plant

MUMBAI (Reuters) -- Tata Daewoo Commercial Vehicle Co. Ltd. has commissioned a new truck and bus assembly plant in Karachi in a technical agreement with Pakistan's Afzal Motors (P) Ltd.

The plant has an annual capacity of 3,000 vehicles, and will assemble heavy-duty trucks as well as buses from Daewoo Bus Co.

Tata Daewoo Commercial trucks are expected to garner a market share of about 30 percent in Pakistan, parent Tata Motors Ltd. said in a statement.

Tata Motors, India's top bus and truck maker, bought Daewoo Commercial Vehicles in 2004.

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