TATA PRIMA 2830.K REPTO RMC – HIGH PRODUCTIVITY, SOLID SAVINGS!
Construction Week|December 2021
The Construction and Infrastructure sector has been the backbone and a key driver for the economic growth of the country.

With increasing Public and private investment in this sector, the country is set to become one of the world’s largest construction markets by 2022 with an overall growth pegged at 12%. The introduction of newer technologies and materials is fuelling this high growth. With an increasing focus on high productivity, faster project delivery schedules and tighter quality control, the usage of Ready mix Concrete (RMC) in these sectors is on the rise.

Tata Motors, with its wide range of Fully built RMC vehicles, has always been the preferred partner for the RMC industry. With the introduction of the new range of Rear Engine Power Take-off (REPTO) vehicles, Tata Motors has further augmented this range to enhance productivity and ensure least operating costs for its customers.

The technologically-advanced REPTO platform developed grounds-up for the RMC application draws its power directly from the engine resulting in a high operational efficiency at the power take-off. The engine PTO safely encased within the flywheel housing delivers upto 500 Nm of continuous torque to the RMC equipment.

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