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    • Tata Motors and the Automotive Industry The Smart People AKHILESH SHUKLA, IMRAN KHAN, ANNURAJ SINGH, SANJEEV KUMAR
    • Outline
      • History and Product offerings
      • Tata Group & Corporate Responsibility
      • Financial Analysis
      • Tata’s Future & what impact, if any, for the American auto market
    • History
      • Started in 1945 in Mumbai, India.
      • Original production was on locomotives.
      • 1954
        • First car rolled off of the assembly line.
      • Tata’s are a family of Indian industrialists and philanthropists.
      • The family founded:
        • Ironworks
        • Steelworks
        • cotton mills
        • hydroelectric-power plants
      • Are of their endeavors have been proved to be crucial to India's industrial development.
    • History
      • Tata Motors is India’s owns the largest independent company in India.
      • Mercedes and Tata teamed up to create a truck line.
        • First major business deal with another firm.
      • Together both companies started their commercial vehicle operations in 1960.
      • in 1986 the company created and sold the first LCV
        • LCV = light commercial vehicle
        • Was the Tata 407
    • History
      • Tata Motors decided to pursue joint ventures.
        • Cummins Engine Co., Inc., was the first company to jointly venture with Tata in 1993.
        • Manufactured a diesel engine that had high horsepower and emitted less harmful chemicals.
      • Began creating new lines in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s:
        • Compressed natural gas buses
        • 1109 vehicle, used for commercial purposes.
        • Ex-series
        • Newly designed LCV called the 207 DI
    • Products
      • Tata Indigo
        • Created in 2002
        • Mid-sized sedan.
        • Different models run on either normal gasoline or diesel fuel.
        • Seats 5 people.
        • Same luxuries as American made vehicles.
    • Products
      • Tata Indigo SW
        • Station wagon version of the Indigo.
        • Same basic features as the Indigo.
        • Seats 5 people.
        • Different models fun on different fuels.
        • Different optional safety features than other vehicles.
    • Products
      • Tata Indica
        • Hatchback version of the Indigo sedan.
        • Easily affordable.
        • Smallest in the line of Tata vehicles to date.
        • Seats 5 people.
        • Same basic features as the sedan.
    • Products
      • Tata Safari
        • Mid-sized SUV.
        • Has a special engine called DICOR.
          • Direct Injection Common Rail.
          • Allows the engine to intercool itself.
        • Comes in either a 4x4 or a 4x2.
        • Can seat 7 passangers.
    • Products
      • Tata Sumo
        • Runs off of diesel fuel.
        • Seats up to 7 passengers.
        • Has a separate rear and front suspension for an optimal ride.
        • Has two separate air conditioners for the front and rear of the vehicle.
    • Tata Group
      • 100 companies throughout 7 business sectors
        • Engineering, materials, energy, chemicals, services, consumer products, information systems and communications
          • Tata AutoComp Systems - Automotive
          • Tata Steel - Materials
          • Tata Power - Energy
          • Rallis India - Chemicals
          • Tata Realty and Infrastructure - Service
          • Tata Tea - Consumer Products
          • Tata Technologies - Information Systems and Communications
    • Corporate Social Responsibility
      • “ A Company that cares about the future”
        • Committed to corporate social responsibility
        • Signed the United Nations Global Compact
      • Plays role in community development
      • Environmentally-friendly products and technology
    • Corporate Social Responsibility
      • Two main concerns:
        • Reduction of pollution
        • Restoration of ecological balance
          • Implemented soil and water conservation programs
      • Cleaner Engines
        • Advanced emission-testing labs
        • Developing alternate fuel engines
      • Sewage treatment facilities
      • Encourages tree planting
    • Corporate Social Responsibility
      • India – Recycling Culture
        • Value in discarded products
      • Europe – “Throw-away” culture
      • European ELV Directive
    • Corporate Social Responsibility
      • Community Development
        • Community Service Division
          • Promote economic independence
            • “ Self-initiated cottage industries”
    • Tata Finance: overview
      • Stock Trend
      • Growth and Expansion
        • Sales
        • assets
      • Financing Operations
      • Tata vs. American Companies
    • Tata Motors Inc. Stock
      • TTM
      • NYSE since 2004
      • $15.84 as of Friday (Yahoo, 2008)
      • Down 8% in last year
    • Since 2004: TTM
    • Growth and Expansion
      • large Indian market
        • Familiar with market
        • Brand loyalty
      • Fuel efficiency
      • Mahindra & Mahindra- $1.88 billion
    • Debt vs. Equity
      • Debt growth: $2.3 billion  $4.1 billion
      • Equity growth: $1.2 billion  $2.1 billion
        • 55 million outstanding shares
        • ROE : 19%
      • Debt/ equity ratio: .87
        • Industry average: .58
        • Cash now for growth
    • Growth
      • Asset growth  doubled since 2005
        • Acquisition of Jaguar and Land Rover from Ford
      • Sales:
        • $7.6 billion and grew 42.2% from 2006
      • PROFITS!!
        • $.95 billion on 2005  $1.5 billion on 2007
    • Cash Management
      • Liquidity and solvency are good
      • Inventory
      • Improved cash management:
        • 12% of assets in 2005
        • 4% of assets in 2007
    • Comparatively Speaking Brand: Tata Ford GM Sales: $7.6 billion $172 billion $181 billion # of employees 33,900 246,000 266,000 Profit Margin 20% 17% 6.7%
    • Effects on U.S. Economy
      • Slow economy
        • High oil prices
        • Demand for fuel efficiency
        • Cut backs
      • Tata’s effect
    • Jaguar and Ford
      • Purchase from Ford
        • Concerns
      • Changes or Plans
        • More Tata vehicles
        • Made in India
          • Future
    • U.S. Car Companies
      • $ 2 Billion in sales
      • GM-$50; Ford-$40; Honda- $20
      • In the U.S.
      • Going overseas
        • 75% by 2017 for GM
      • Expanding in India
    • U.S. Car Companies
      • Toyota- 7.5% increase in profits
      • Foreign Markets
        • No help
        • 1. Can’t offset
        • 2. India out of reach
    • The Next Auto Capital
      • Detroit current auto capital
      • 21 st century belongs to India
      • 2050 in India and China
        • Labor
        • Environment
    • Future of the Nano
      • Not for the U.S.
        • 3 rd world countries
        • U.S. standards
      • Detroit make or buy version
    • Summary
      • Tata history and products
      • Tata Group
      • Tata: Social Responsibility
      • Tata Motors Finance
      • Future
    • Questions