The park is designed to revolutionize EV production by integrating advanced technology, innovation, and eco-friendly methods into a single facility. LML announced that this industrial complex will exclusively focus on their forthcoming e-scooters.
LML has secured land in Haryana to set up a modern EV industrial park primarily for e-scooters. This facility is intended to redefine the EV production domain by merging state-of-the-art technology, innovation, and environmentally friendly practices. LML has expressed that the park will focus on producing its forthcoming e-scooters.
Located close to the Delhi Mumbai Expressway and the primary route from Gurgaon to Alwar, the land is about a 65-minute drive from Rajiv Chowk. As mentioned in a press release, this acquisition signifies a crucial step for LML, underlining its dedication to enhancing its business activities and championing green mobility solutions in India.
In early 2022, LML established a vital alliance with Saera Electric Auto, previously associated with Harley Davidson in India, to produce electric two-wheelers. Production has been ongoing successfully at their premises. Nevertheless, this latest move will pave the way for further collaborations and expansion within the EV sphere.
Yogesh Bhatia, the CEO and Managing Director of LML, expressed his excitement regarding the Haryana land purchase, emphasizing its importance for their EV industrial park vision. He highlighted the company’s objective to speed up the shift towards electric transportation in India while also seeking collaborations with entities sharing similar aspirations.
The new facility plans to incorporate a comprehensive training centre to equip local youngsters with knowledge about EV technology. Based on their performance, they could potentially join the LML team. Bhatia further stated their anticipation for constructing an environment that promotes innovation, ecological sustainability, and economic progress.
Dhirendra Khadgata, the Deputy Commissioner of Nuh, Haryana, congratulated LML on their significant achievement. He pointed out that the Electric Vehicle Industrial Park would be economically and environmentally beneficial, offering numerous job opportunities for skilled individuals. He expressed eagerness to collaborate with LML to support a greener and technologically advanced future.
LML is set to welcome subsidiary unit associates and potential collaborators to be part of this revolutionary initiative. The park is designed to support these associates in setting up their manufacturing segments, thus aiding in creating and enhancing LML’s forthcoming e-vehicles.
By launching the EV industrial park in Haryana, LML is strategically positioning itself to tap into the area’s vast talent resources and sturdy infrastructure. This move is aimed at making Haryana a nucleus for eco-friendly transportation solutions. The chosen locale will also facilitate LML in refining its business operations, fine-tuning its supply chains, and boosting its manufacturing productivity, as further highlighted in the press release.