Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.
(M&M Ltd.) has achieved a production milestone of 7 lakh vehicles from its
automotive plant in Haridwar, Uttarakhand. The Haridwar plant achieved this
milestone in less than 10 years. The plant’s earlier production milestone of
six lakh vehicles was achieved in November 2014 and since then it has taken
just ten months to reach the 7 lakh vehicles production mark.
Inaugurated in December 2005,
the Haridwar plant currently manufacturers the Bolero, Scorpio S2, Gio
(passenger & load), Alfa (passenger & load) and Champion range of
Mahindra products. For the past two years, the plant has earned the distinction
of having one of the highest production capacities amongst other automotive
plants of Mahindra. It is the company’s sole automotive plant in North
Pravin Shah, President &
Chief Executive (Automotive), M&M Ltd. said, “This remarkable achievement
is a significant moment for us in our automotive journey and bears testimony to
the relentless effort put in by each member of our Haridwar plant. The plant
has constantly achieved manufacturing excellence and reflects the commitment
and spirit of accepting no limits in keeping with our Rise philosophy. I am
sure that this milestone will be a stepping stone to many more accolades for
our Haridwar plant in times to come”.
Mahindra’s automotive manufacturing facilities are
located in Chakan, Nasik, Haridwar, Zaheerabad, Kandivali and Igatpuri, which
is the location of its engine plant. These automotive plants boast of fully
equipped manufacturing facilities in the Press Shop, Body Shop, CED Line, Paint
Shop and Assembly and many have won accolades since inception.
Source: Mahindra & Mahindra
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