Tata Motors Retains Truck Division, While New Company Acquires Car Segment

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Tata Motors announces a strategic demerger, separating its commercial and passenger vehicle businesses to enhance growth and synergies, with shareholders retaining equal stakes in both entities.

On Monday, the board of Tata Motors decided to split its operations into two distinct entities, specifically focusing on commercial vehicles and passenger vehicle businesses. This move aims to leverage synergies and drive higher growth in each sector.

Shareholders of Tata Motors will maintain their identical shareholdings in both of the newly listed entities. The company explained that this demerger is a natural progression following the subsidiarisation of the Passenger Vehicle (PV) and Electric Vehicle (EV) businesses earlier in 2022. It is expected to enable each business to pursue its unique strategies more effectively, achieve higher growth, and enhance accountability. Post-demerger, one entity will encompass the commercial vehicles business and its related investments, while the other will include the passenger vehicles business, covering PV, electric vehicles, Jaguar, Land Rover, and related investments.

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The implementation of the demerger will be carried out through an NCLT scheme of arrangement, requiring approval from the Tata Motors board, shareholders, creditors, and regulators. The process is anticipated to take 12-15 months to complete.

Since 2021, Tata Motors’ Commercial Vehicle (CV), Passenger Vehicle (PV), and Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) businesses have been operating independently under their respective CEOs. The company acknowledges that while there are limited synergies between the CV and PV businesses, there are considerable synergies across the three businesses that it aims to harness, especially in areas such as EVs, autonomous vehicles, and vehicle software.

Tata Motors assures that the demerger will not negatively affect its employees, customers, or business partners. N Chandrasekaran, Chairman of Tata Motors, stated that the company has experienced a strong turnaround in recent years, with the three automotive business units operating independently and delivering consistent performance. He believes that the demerger will further enhance their ability to capitalize on market opportunities, leading to improved customer experiences, better growth prospects for employees, and increased value for shareholders.

In its third-quarter financial report, Tata Motors registered a profit of Rs 7,100 crore, marking a 133% increase year-on-year. Revenue also rose by 25% to Rs 1.11 lakh crore.

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