Tata to make 30,000 Nano’s a month by 2011

After rolling out the Nano from Gujarat, Tata Motors is understood to have scaled up its ambitions and planning to produce around 30,000 units a month by March 2011. According to vendor sources, the company has asked Nano’s component suppliers to triple the volume of supplies from the current levels.

This is some good news to those who want to buy a new Nano. Also Tata is looking to launch the Nano is Nepal and some other countries. This could also be a step so as to avoid waiting periods and make the Nano available readily.

Currently vendors are supplying components for an average of about 10,000 units of  Nano a month. Tata Motors, currently produces Nano from its plants at Pantnagar in Uttarakhand and Sanand in Gujarat.

Tata Motors had said earlier that the output from Sanand plant could be scaled up to five lakh units a year. The company”s Pantnagar plant can produce up to 50,000 units of Nano a year. Till June it has delivered over 40,000 units.