Mahindra & Mahindra's Nashik manufacturing plant achieved a new milestone today with the roll-out of its 25th lakh vehicle from its Nashik manufacturing facility. The car to achieve this milestone was the company's popular Scorpio SUV, as it rolled off the production line.
Speaking on this occasion, Vijay Kalra, chief of manufacturing, Automotive Division, Mahindra & Mahindra said, “This achievement is a significant moment for us in our automotive journey and bears testimony to the relentless effort put in by each member of the Nashik plant. The plant has constantly achieved manufacturing excellence and reflects the commitment and spirit of our Rise philosophy by accepting no limits. I am sure that this achievement will be a stepping stone to many more accolades for our Nasik plant in times to come.”
Mahindra’s Nashik manufacturing facility started in 1981, covering a total area of 147 acres, and a production capacity of 2,10,000 vehicles. The FJ Mini Bus was the first vehicle to roll-out from the plant; during that time, the plant manufactured eight vehicles per day. Today, over 700 vehicles are manufactured on the assembly line daily and exported to over 34 countries. The plant currently manufactures the Scorpio, Marazzo, XUV300, Bolero, e-Verito, Scorpio and Thar range of Mahindra products, as well as its SC/DCs and ambulances.
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