Electric scooter maker Ola Electric announced that its two-wheeler manufacturing facility named Ola Future Factory set up in Tamil Nadu will be run entirely by women on Monday.
New Delhi: Electric scooter maker Ola Electric on Monday announced that its two-wheeler manufacturing facility named Ola Future Factory set up in Tamil Nadu will be run entirely by women.
Bhavish Aggarwal, President and Group CEO, said, “We welcomed the first batch this week and at full capacity, FutureFactory will employ over 10,000 women, making it the world’s largest women’s factory and the only women’s automotive industry globally. Construction facility will be made.
Built on over 500 acres in Tamil Nadu's Krishnagiri district, the facility will produce a scooter at full capacity every two seconds.
In this, 10 production lines will be running at full capacity, he said. It will be the most advanced two wheeler factory with 3,000 AI-powered robots built on Industry 4.0 principles.
It will be an integrated manufacturing facility, which will cater to all requirements from batteries to finished goods.
In 2020, Ola Electric acquired Netherlands-based Etergo BV, an innovative electric scooter company known for its award-winning 'AppScooter' and the premium electric two-wheeler market globally and nationally, for an undisclosed amount has announced its admission in.
With European design, strong engineering collaborations and Indian manufacturing and supply chain, Ola Electric said it aims to transform the over 100 million strong global two wheeler market, including the 20 million plus Indian two wheeler market, into a clean energy and digital future.
Meanwhile, Ola is all set to start the online sale process of Ola S1 and S1 Pro electric scooters from September 15.
It had announced that the scooter would be available for purchase from September 8 and deliveries would begin in October.