In July 2017 Ashok Leyland, the second largest commercial vehicles manufacturer in the country, ended up with a market share of 34.7% - its highest ever since inception. It was the culmination of a lot of things that the company did right over the past four years and the lessons they learnt from their mistakes in the past, as they came back from the brink.
All The Right Moves
Emerging stronger from the downturn, Ashok Leyland is now realigning to stay ahead of the curve
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