New Delhi based Saera Electric Auto Private Limited (SEAPL) has opened a brand-new manufacturing plant in Bhiwadi, Rajasthan, to fabricate electrical two-wheelers frames and chassis.
The firm states that it will likely be investing around Rs 25 crore in phases for setting up the brand-new manufacturing unit.
This funding will carry on growing because the manufacturing capability will improve in the close to future, says Saera.
At current, Saera’s Bhiwadi plant has a manufacturing capability of 7,500 models and the manufacturing capability is prone to develop to 50,000 models inside a year.
“Our new electric vehicle manufacturing plant in Bhiwadi will further escalate our growth and will be a boost towards making safe, clean and green electric two-wheelers available to the masses; thereby, catering to the rising demand for e-mobility,” says Nitin Kapoor, Managing Director of Saera Electric.
Nitin Kapoor, MD Saera Electric auto inaugurated new manufacturing plant unit in Rajasthan.
The firm has already deployed 50 expert professionals to deal with operations at its Bhiwadi plant and is all set to rent up to 300 because the manufacturing grows. Saera Electric is focusing on achieving 5 lakh models monthly from the brand-new manufacturing plant.
Introduced in 2011, SEAPL has its main operation of assembling and manufacturing electrical L3 class autos (e-rickshaw and e-cart loader) and electrical 2W low-velocity autos.
Saera Electric was the primary firm to introduce the e-rickshaw in India with its model Mayuri, the primary one to obtain automobile approval certificates ICAT from the International Center for Automobile Technology, Manesar.
The firm additionally manufactures in style low-velocity e-scooters with the model Yogo Bikes.