Spotless, streamlined and ready to roll out 2.5 lakh bikes from 2014 with scope to build 5 lakh bikes.
Ergonomic workstations and programmed power tools enable workers to build bikes quickly and accurately.
Each part in the kit is tracked by an IT system to improve quality and warranty servicing.
For now, engines are built at the Tiruvottiyur plant and then brought to Oragadam.
The chassis and other aluminium parts, like the engine's exterior surfaces, are powder-coated.
Pinstripes continue to be painted by hand. True Craftsmanship!
Programmable robots paint each part accurately.
Women account for 20 percent of the 200-strong workforce at Oragadam.
Siddhartha Lal rolls the first production motorcycle off the assembly line.
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