CHENNAI: We are all in the midst of unprecedented times as we navigate the rapidly-evolving situation of COVID-19. Over 1.3 billion are under total lockdown till April 15, 2020, as India looks to contain the spread of coronavirus, we all need to support all actions that are being taken at the national and local level in the interest of the entire community.
At TVS Motor Company, we want to reassure that we are taking necessary and comprehensive actions to connect with our customers and support their well-being.
TVS Motor Company has been synonymous with customer-centricity. It will be our priority to continuously work towards minimizing any inconvenience to our valued customers during these challenging times. As a law-abiding, responsible partner of our network associates, we are gearing up to address urgent requirements from customers while factoring the safety of our associates.
We are waiting to serve our esteemed customers once normalcy is restored and we all need to collectively work towards that. We request you to take the necessary measures to safeguard yourself and your families against the spread of COVID-19 by staying at home and maintaining social distancing.
At TVS Motor Company, our business fundamentals and long-term vision are particularly strong assets. We are confident in our ability to face and overcome this phase of our history. Let us all be socially responsible. Stay safe and take care.
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