Omega Seiki Mobility, an Anglian Omega Group company today announced the opening of a new integrated manufacturing facility at Chakan, Pune. The facility will see the production of the Rage+ series as well as the Stream passenger e3W.
Built with an initial investment of INR 40 crore, the new facility is spread across 50,000 sq ft and is capable of producing 6,000 e3Ws per annum, a press release from the company said. The company aims to employ 250 plus personnel for the facility, it added.
Uday Narang, Founder and Chairman, Omega Seiki Mobility, said the company has an order book of 50,000 plus cargo e3Ws. “We have set up this facility to meet the growing demand of the market. The Pune facility will help us to aggressively expand our operations in the West of India,” Narang said.
The new manufacturing unit in Pune, OSM’s fourth, will have automated manufacturing systems for logistics and material handling, fabrication and painting, assembly and quality assurance. It has three other plants located in IMT Faridabad.
The company plans to ramp up the manufacturing capacity to 30,000 units in the next three years with an additional investment of INR 150 crore, the release mentioned.
“At Omega Seiki Mobility we work on the hub and spoke model as the cost of transportation is very high. We will be launching four more manufacturing facilities in the next two years,” Narang added.
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