Ola To Set Up World's Largest Two Wheeler Factory In Tamil Nadu

The SoftBank-sponsored Indian ride-hailing firm said it will put about $327 million in setting up the manufacturing plant, which it says would create around 10,000 vacancies and have an underlying ability to create 2 million electric vehicles in a year.


Taking ahead the Aatmanirbhar Bharat Initiative,Bengaluru Based Unicorn Ola signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Government of Tamil Nadu for a venture of Rs 2,400 crore to set up one of the world's biggest bike factory in the state. This will be the organization's first set-up in Tamil Nadu.

''We are eager to report our arrangements to set up the world's biggest bike manufacturing plant.This will be one of the most advanced assembling offices on the planet and will exhibit India's expertise and ability to deliver top notch items that will oblige worldwide business sectors." Bhavish Aggarwal, DIrector and gathering CEO, Ola commented. The factory will create Ola's forthcoming scope of two-wheelers, beginning with its electric scooter."Ola intends to bring numerous such plan and programming development to its whole product offering of bikes," the organization said.

The move comes as Ola intends to dispatch and grow its two-wheeler electric vehicles and improve India's electric vehicle environment while serving clients in Europe, Asia, and Latin American among different business sectors. The organization has roped in General Motor Veteran Jose Pinheiro to lead global manufacturing and operations for the initiative. 

Further explaining the move, a press statement said, this was a view towards decrease of India's import reliance in a key future area like electric vehicles, support local production, generate employment and improve the technical know-how in the nation. 

One of India's most significant new businesses, Ola has made massive bets on two wheelers as of late aiming to grow the span of its administrations, taking it to modest urban communities and towns the nation over. 

A week ago, the startup declared that it would bring its electric bike reach to New Zealand, prior to which it reported designs to recruit in excess of 2,000 individuals for its electric business as it quickly assembles a set-up of electric and brilliant metropolitan portability answers for purchasers around the globe.



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