Honda Motors Co. Ltd.
Honda Motors Co. Ltd. is the result of joint
venture between India's Hero Group and Honda Motor Company. It is one of the
most successful venture all across the world. Japan has created world's
single largest two wheeler company and Hero Honda became the first name in
early 80s in India. This company has proved all across the world that
vehicles can be driven without any pollution.
The company has been acknowledged by several awards
like Auto Tech of the Year" - Glamout PGM FI by Overdrive Magazine and Most
Trusted Company , by TNS Voice of the Customer Awards 2006. Along with
this, it comes under one of the most fuel- efficient and largest selling
vehicles due to its latest use of technology and better services.
Popular Honda Cars in India
Hero Honda Co. Ltd. has struggle very hard to fulfill and meet expectations
of its customers. A rich background of delivering high value products at the
most economical price led the world's largest manufacturer of motorcycles to
join hands with the world's largest bicycle manufacturer. This similarity of
working environment and system of operation of Honda Motor Company of Japan
and the Hero Group ended up in the establishment of Hero Honda Motors Ltd.
All across the world, Hero Honda has achieved indigenisation of over 95
percent. Outstanding marketing and excellent tactical promotions are the
reasons behind their success and establishment. Some specific key features
include fuel conservation, safety riding courses and mobile workshops which
helped the company to reach in the interiors of the country. Hero Honda
Motors Ltd. is well settled in national market, its main attention focused
Towards overseas due to which exports has seen a steady rise. Sales recorded
up till June'08 is around 2,843.53 crore.
Achiever, CBZ, CD Dawn, Karizma, Passion, Pleasure and Splendor are its
famous brands on Indian roads. Over the years, the Company has received its
share of accolades, including the National Productivity Council's Award (
1990-91), and the Economic Times - Harvard Business School Association of
India Award, against 200 contenders.