Omega Seiki Mobility, an Anglian Omega Group Company recently announced the opening of a new integrated manufacturing facility at Faridabad, Haryana. This is the third Facility of the company in the State. With an investment of USD 10 Million (INR 75 Cr.) initially the unit will have production capacity of 15000 electric three wheelers per annum and the company will ramp up the manufacturing capacity to 50000 units in the next three years by investing another USD 20 Million (INR 150 Cr.). OSM will be manufacturing its Cargo Electric Vehicle Range: Rage+, Rage+ Rapid, Rage+ Frost and Rage+ Swap and Electric Passenger Vehicle Stream at the Faridabad Facility.
This new hub aligns with Omega Seiki Mobility’s strong belief in an all-electric future and is based on its Future of Mobility vision of producing Green, Genuine and Ground Breaking vehicles. Omega Seiki Mobility is the leader of EV technology in India, and is gearing up to realise this vision with its new, futuristic EV vehicles and solutions. Omega Seiki Mobility is the only company to offer fast, swap, fixed options with its vehicles and OSM is gearing up to introduce retrofit vehicles in India.
Speaking on the launch of New Manufacturing Unit in Faridabad, Mr. Uday Narang, Founder and Chairman, Omega Seiki Mobility said, “As the forerunners of electric mobility in India, Omega Seiki Mobility with the launch of third facility in Faridabad, Haryana marks another important landmark for Omega Seiki Mobility commitment to growing our business in India. We have an order book of 50,000 plus cargo electric three wheelers. We have set up this facility to meet the growing demand of the market. I want to thank the government of Haryana; the government has been extremely supportive.”
The new facility, located in Faridabad, Haryana is set to revolutionise the way electric vehicle technology would be used in India. This is the third facility in Faridabad, the first and second facility is located at Industrial Model Township (IMT) at Faridabad. The first facility manufactures electric cargo vehicle ranges with a production capacity of 7200 vehicles per annum and also, is the OSM India R&D centre. The second manufacturing facility at IMT, Faridabad produces electric two wheelers with an annual capacity of 12000 vehicles per annum. “We have invested USD 50 million in all the three facilities in Faridabad till now and recently inaugurated a manufacturing facility in Pune for producing electric cargo and passenger vehicles. Also, we are receiving a good feedback on our electric passenger vehicle, we will be soon launching another facility in Chennai which will only cater to OSM electric passenger vehicles” added Mr. Narang.
A large part of Omega Seiki Mobility commitment is to decrease the carbon footprint by reducing the wastes and emissions associated with the manufacturing process. Built on the same ethos, the new OSM State-of-the-art manufacturing unit in Faridabad will have automated manufacturing systems for logistics and material handling, fabrication and painting, assembly and quality assurance. These systems have been designed keeping in mind Green and Sustainable manufacturing process while ensuring best worker ergonomics and maximum process efficiency.
Omega Seiki Mobility has been growing its product line up and manufacturing footprint rapidly in India. The company is first OEM to have 2,3 and 4 wheelers in its product portfolio. The company is a leading last mile service provider with under its brand “UNOXpress”. Omega Seiki Mobility is currently running its fleet in 20 cities, doing more than 10 lac Km per month.
Omega Seiki Mobility believes in creating sustainable mobility solutions with an integrated approach of connecting Automobiles and the Society. The brand’s focus is to eventually create a clean ecosystem with eco-friendly, safe and congestion free mobility. OSM is one of India’s leading clean energy incubators and has become synonymous with India’s sustainability success. The electric vehicle manufacturing company aims to fast-track future mobility, with green energy at its core, by implementing data-driven, smart engineering.