Ola Electric, the maker of electric scooters, announced Monday that its Tamil Nadu-based two-wheeler manufacturing plant Ola Future Factory will be entirely run by women.
“We welcomed the first batch of women this week, and Future factory will be full-time capable. It will become the largest factory for women and the only automotive manufacturing facility that is all-women globally,” stated Bhavish Aggarwal (Group CEO).
The facility is located in the Krishnagiri district, Tamil Nadu. It can produce one scooter per two seconds when it is fully loaded.
It will be equipped with 10 production lines that can run at maximum capacity. He said that it will have 3,000 AI-powered robots, which is Industry 4.0’s most advanced two-wheeler plant.
It will serve as an integrated manufacturing facility that addresses all of your needs, from batteries to finished goods.
Ola Electric, a Dutch-based electric scooter manufacturer, acquired Etergo BV in 2020 for an undisclosed amount. It also announced its entry into the premium electric two-wheeler market globally and nationally.
Ola Electric claims that it is aiming to transform the over 100 million strong global two-wheeler markets, including India’s 20 million, with European design, strong engineering collaboration, and Indian manufacturing and supply chains, using European design and Indian supply chain.
Ola will begin the online sales process for the Ola S1 Pro and Ola S1 electric scooters in September.
In August, the company launched the Ola electric scooter in two versions — S1 and Pro — for Rs 99,999 (ex-showroom, FAME II subsidy excluded).
It had previously announced that the scooter would become available for purchase starting September 8, and delivery would begin in October.