DELHI, 13 September 2022: Saera Electric Auto Private Limited (SEAPL) opened a new manufacturing facility in Bhiwadi, Rajasthan, to produce the frames and chassis for electric two-wheelers.
Saera will invest roughly INR 25 crores in stages to build the new manufacturing facility, and as the plant’s production capacity is increased in the future, the expenditure will rise.
Saera’s Bhiwadi facility can currently produce 7,500 units per month, but within a year, production is anticipated to increase rapidly to 50,000 units per month.
In order to manage operations at its Bhiwadi factory, Saera has already deployed 50 highly qualified specialists, and it plans to hire an additional 300 individuals as production increases. The goal of Saera’s ambitious roadmap is to increase production from the new factory to 5 lakh units per month.
Nitin Kapoor Managing Director of Saera Electric Auto Private Limited said “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.”
Beginning its voyage in 2011, SEAPL. Saera has become one of the top companies in the market thanks to its principal business of assembling and producing cleaner and greener electric L3 category vehicles (e-rickshaw and e-cart loader) and electric 2W low-speed vehicles.
With its brand Mayuri, SEAPL was the first business to introduce an e-rickshaw in India. Mayuri was also the first vehicle to be granted the ICAT by the International Center for Automobile Technology in Manesar. Yogo Bikes, a well-known brand of low-speed e-scooters, is another product made by the company.
SEAPL uses cutting-edge technologies and modern industry standards to develop and assemble each electric vehicle that is produced by the company.