Belgaum did not miss the Bus

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TATA Motors TELCON was planned at Belgaum but was successfully and smartly driven away to Dharwad by so called fight for North Karnataka kind of politicians from Hubli-Dhawad , but Belgaum’s legacy of being birth place of hydraulics and pioneer in Body building activity reaping its fruit in recent past. 
Mohan V Kamat and Vijay R Kamat have tremendous experience in the business, who came up with their proposal for establishing the plant in Belgaum (ALMA MOTORS PVT. LTD . Survey No. 274, NH4A, Desur Village, Belgaum-Khanapur Road, Belgaum – 590 014)

The plants total capacity is of 10,000 vehicles per annum.
The Group has set up two state-of-the-art manufacturing plants in Zaheerabad in Andhra Pradesh and Belgaum in Karnataka involving considerable capital outlay having a combined production capacity in excess of 10,000 buses per annum, amongst the largest in the country.
The company is specializes in coach buildings of Military Luxury standard and executive coaches on Leyland chassis. The company also makes interior FRP fabs for coaches.


These are fully integrated plants having comprehensive in-house supporting facilities for fibreglass components production, manufacture of seats and pressed parts.
The manufacturing operations are ably complemented by a strong Design and Engineering Centre that provides critical inputs on design engineering/analysis, prototyping, testing and subsequent engineering for mass production. The Design Centre employs state-of-the-art software platforms for effective product development from Concept to Production in the shortest time cycle.
Teams of experienced and well-trained professionals having first hand exposure to international bus design and manufacturing practices operate the Design and Engineering facilities as well as the Manufacturing plants.
In years to come Belgaum will regain its glory of being the mother of ancillary units.


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