Okinawa announces mega-factory in Rajasthan, aims to roll out 1 million electric vehicles a year


Okinawa says this factory will be the largest fully integrated electric two-wheeler factory ever in India, backed by an investment of Rs. 500 crores.

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The new facility will be constructed in Karoli, Rajasthan, with the aim of commencing operations by 2023.

Electric vehicle manufacturer Okinawa Autotech has announced the launch of its mega plant in Karoli, Rajasthan, which is said to be one of the most comprehensive units built by the local electric vehicle manufacturer. The mega-factory will have state-of-the-art production facilities and will be the company’s third factory after the two factories in Rajasthan. The plant will span 30 acres and employ over 5,000 people. Okinawa claims that this factory will be the largest fully integrated electric two-wheeler factory ever in India, backed by an investment of ₹500 crore. The plant is expected to be operational by October 2023.

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Jeetender Sharma, Founder and Managing Director of Okinawa Autotech, said, “As the market leader in the electric two-wheeler segment, we are committed to solving the most important issues facing the industry. The R&D facilities planned in the mega factory will be futuristic to ensure we meet future industry demand. The mega factory will not only focus on manufacturing vehicles. It will also have a supplier base that will consider motor, controllers, batteries and other electrical parts to support the entire EV ecosystem.

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The new factory is expected to be fully automated for manufacturing electric two-wheelers as well as automating powertrain manufacturing. It will consist of an in-house automatic robotic battery manufacturing unit as well as an in-house motor and controller factory, as well as robotic automation of molding plastic body parts and a paint shop at state-of-the-art technology to facilitate localization. in the manufacturing process.

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Okinawa says the new facility will be key to meeting the growing demand for electric two-wheelers in the country and will also serve as an export hub for the company that will eventually distribute its products to overseas markets with the help from Tacita.

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