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  • Royal Enfield “Bullet” is the longest running model in continuous production.
  • Royal Enfield was most searched on Google in 2014
  • Eicher is seen as a leading commercial vehicle (CV) group in India and has more than 175 distribution and aftermarket points in India and exports to more than 30 countries
  • Long history of institutionalised CSR and community activities

Eicher Motors Ltd (EML), incorporated in 1982, is the flagship company of the Eicher Group in India and a leading player of the Indian automobile industry. Its 50-50 joint venture with the Volvo group, VE Commercial Vehicles Limited, designs, manufactures and markets reliable, fuel-efficient commercial vehicles of high quality and modern technology, engineering components and provides engineering design solutions. Eicher Motors manufactures and markets the iconic Royal Enfield motorcycles. Eicher Motors recorded revenue of over US$ 1 billion in 2010.

Apart from EML, the Eicher Group also includes Eicher Goodearth Pvt Limited with business interests in non-automotive areas. Eicher Goodearth Pvt Limited comprises of high end lifestyle Goodearth Stores, Eicher Maps and Eicher Goodearth Publications that publishes travel guides.

Source: http://www.eicher.in/

Eicher Motors Ltd: A leading player of the Indian automobile industry

2014 Fifty years after Royal Enfield, embarked on its first ever 24 hour ‘Top to Tip’ sprint ride, the brand recreated its iconic challenge to celebrate the launch of Royal Enfield’s first exclusive store in the United Kingdom.
2010 VE Commercial Vehicles Limited (VECV) to be the global manufacturing hub and industrial base for Euro 3, Euro 4, Euro 5 and Euro 6 medium‐duty base engine requirements of the Volvo Group
1994 Eicher Motors acquires Enfield India Ltd.
1992 Eicher Tractors Ltd. selected as ‘Company of the Year’ for 1990-91 in the four-wheeler category comprising commercial vehicles, passenger cars, jeeps and tractors.
1959 India’s first tractor rolls out of Eicher factory in Faridabad.

Updated: January, 2015

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