"The retail network is being rolled out in phases. Currently Super Carry is being retailed through 162 new commercial outlets in 140 cities across 25 states. It is our endeavour to reach closer to customers as much as possible," an MSI spokesperson told PTI.
The spokesperson, however, did not share details on the number of sales outlets it plans to open going ahead. "We plan to be present across India at all potential locations...We will plan as we move ahead based on customers need and market requirements," the spokesperson said.
MSI has established a new commercial sales channel for the LCV business. When asked about Super Carry's sales performance, the spokesperson said the LCV's current market share in the mini truck segment stood at around 5.5 per cent, "while in the similar 700kgs payload segment, where it competes with Tata Ace, M&M Supro and Piaggio Porter, it is 8.7 per cent till December 2017".
"In the future, we plan to be a significant player in the segment," the spokesperson added. MSI sold 900 units of Super Carry in 2016-17. In the April-December period of the current fiscal, it has already sold 5,958 units.
Asked if the company plans to hike production capacity, the spokesperson said: "The production capacity for Super Carry is currently sufficiently planned to meet the market requirements."
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