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Force Motors, previously Bajaj Tempo, is an Indian maker of three-wheelers, multi-utility and crosscountry vehicles, light business vehicles, tractors, transports and now overwhelming business vehicles. It was initially named Firodia Tempo Ltd. what’s more later after fractional obtaining by Bajaj Auto as Bajaj Tempo Ltd.
The organization was established in 1958 by N.k.firodia. Abhay N. Firodia is the Chairman and Prasan Firodia is Managing Director. Bajaj Auto purchased a regulating stake in the organization, renaming it “Bajaj Tempo”. Germany’s Daimler-Benz, a long-term coconspirator with Firodia due to their responsibility for unique Tempo works in Germany, claimed 16% of Bajaj Tempo. They sold their stake once again to the Firodia aggregate in 2001, significance they by and by held a regulating investment. It was concurred that the organization would bit by bit eliminate the utilization of the “Beat” brand name, as in any case it had a place with Mercedes-Benz. The name of the organization was changed to Force Motors in May 2005, over the protests of Bajaj Auto with whom the organization imparts a long history and a compound divider.
Force Motors began preparation of the Hanseat three-wheeler as a team with German Vidal & Sohn Tempo Werke and happened to build a vicinity in the light business vehicles field with the Matador, the acknowledged LCV (light business vehicle) in India. Bajaj Tempo was connected with Mercedes-Benz since 1976 and in 1982 they started building the Mercedes-Benz Om616 diesel motor. Through the 1980s and 1990s, and particularly in the most recent five years with a real item improvement exertion, Force Motors has presented new light business vehicles, a facelifted arrangement of Tempo Trax utility vehicles, new tractors, and another reach of three-wheelers. The Matador, which characterized the light business fragment in India, saw deals crumpling in the late 1990s and Bajaj Tempo started a generous project of creating advanced vehicles to supplant it.
Bajaj Tempo additionally manufactured the diesel motors utilized within the Mercedes-Benz W124, and later W210, as fabricated in India. This was a little scale attempt, yet while it didn’t net BT much benefit they profited from the association, both regarding notoriety and innovation.
The organization which for the most part works in business vehicle section, entered into the “individual vehicle” portion in August 2011 with the launch of its first SUV, named Force-One.
The organization fabricates trucks at Pithampur, the mechanical center point of Madhya Pradesh in Indore in a joint wander, Man Force Trucks Pvt. Ltd, with MAN AG of Germany. MAN Force trucks are sent out abroad to nations, for example, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, and certain African countries; markets where a low offering value is fundamental. The JV was broken up as on March 2012 with Force Motors having sold and exchanged remaining half of Man Force portions to MAN AG for Rs 10 for every portion.
Tractors are fabricated under the Balwan and Ox (in the past Tempo Ox) brands. The tractor field was entered by (then) Bajaj Tempo in 1996-1997, and were produced indigenously, instead of relying upon transported in innovation.