of the leading players in the electric vehicle industry in India, Saera
Electric Auto Private Limited (SEAPL) has commenced its new state-of-the-art
manufacturing plant at Bawal in Haryana. The plant, which was earlier Harley
Davidson’s maiden manufacturing plant in India, It is spread over five acres of
land and is equipped with advanced engineering tools and equipment for
manufacturing electric vehicles
new plant at Bawal, in addition to our existing plant at Bhiwadi in Rajasthan,
will further enhance the growth of our manufacturing capacity; thereby catering
to the increasing demand for greener transportation in the country. The new
plant of SEAPL has a production capacity of two lakhs units of electric
two-wheelers and 36,000 units of electric three-wheelers in a year,” noted Nitin
Kapoor, Managing Director of Saera Electric Auto Private Limited.
started its journey in 2011, with its primary operation of manufacturing
cleaner and greener electric 3 Wheelers (e-rickshaw and e-cart loader), Saera
has now emerged as one of the leading players in the industry.
was the first company to introduce e-rickshaw in India with its brand Mayuri,
which is the first to receive vehicle approval certificate from the
International Center for Automobile Technology, Manesar. The company also
manufactures popular low-speed e-scooters under the brand Yogo Bikes. All the
electric vehicles manufactured by SEAPL are designed using cutting-edge
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