Indian electric scooter company Ola revealed this week that it will be building a new infrastructure. As he said, the plant will become the largest in the world in its class and will significantly increase the economy of scale in this segment.
One of its distinguishing features is that it will only employ women to fill various positions.
Such as india times, Bhavish Agarwal, Presidente da Ola An Indian company to manufacture electric scooters has revealed plans to build a new infrastructure in the Krishnagiri district, Future Factory. As he said, when completed in 2022, this plant will be the largest in the world in its class and will significantly enhance economies of scale in the sector.
According to the plans, the plant will occupy 20 million square meters and will have the capacity to produce 10 million electric scooters annually. Well, the Ola plant will produce 1,000 units per hour, 365 days a year.
In addition to the size of the physical space, the Ola plant will employ approximately 10,000 employees, making it the largest plant in the world to work only with women.
We are looking to India to reach parity in terms of the workforce, which would allow the country's GDP to grow by 27%. A movement that will allow us to become a global center of production, and for which it will be necessary to provide employment opportunities for women.
"Providing economic opportunities for women not only improves her life, but also the lives of her family and society at large," said Ola's boss.
Upon completion, the factory will produce models such as the Ola S1 and S1 Pro, which will have an 8.5 kW motor and a 3.97 kWh battery. According to the manufacturer, it is enough to cover up to 181 kilometers per charge. In India, these models will go on sale with prices starting at 99,999 rupees (around 1,000 euros), making it one of the options with the best quality/price ratio in the market.
The mentioned characteristics are the trump card for Ola to conquer the market and pave the way so that by 2025, only electric scooters will be sold in India.
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