Maruti Suzuki Hits Three Crore Cumulative Production Milestone

Mobility Outlook Bureau
03 Apr 2024
01:33 PM
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The company has achieved this milestone in a record time of 40 years and 4 months, since the commencement of production in December 1983.


Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL) has achieved a significant milestone by surpassing the cumulative production mark of three crore units. This achievement has been attained by its plants across locations - Gurugram, Manesar (Haryana), and Hansalpur (Gujarat).

Key Highlights:

- Over 2.68 crore vehicles have been manufactured at the company's Haryana-based facilities, while over 32 lakh vehicles were produced at Suzuki Motor Gujarat, a wholly-owned subsidiary of MSIL.

- The iconic M800, a pioneer in India's mobility revolution, has contributed significantly to this milestone with over 29 lakh units produced.

- Other top-performing models such as Alto 800, Alto K10, Swift, Wagon R, Dzire, Omni, Baleno, Eeco, Brezza, and Ertiga have played crucial roles in achieving this feat.

- Maruti Suzuki has maintained its leadership position in the domestic market, supported by its robust product lineup, extensive sales and service network, and a strong supplier ecosystem.

- The company commenced vehicle exports in 1987 and currently contributes nearly 40% to the total vehicle exports from India.

Hisashi Takeuchi, Managing Director & CEO, MSIL, recalled the crucial role played by the company's agile workforce and value chain partners in achieving consistent production aligned with customer needs. Additionally, he reaffirmed the company’s commitment to 'Make in India' and outlined plans to invest further to increase annual production capacity to four million units by FY31. This expansion strategy includes setting up two new greenfield manufacturing plants in Haryana and Gujarat, each with a capacity of 10 lakh units. Moreover, it aims to enhance its model range from the current 18 to 28 by FY31 to meet evolving customer demands and aspirations.

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