The production figure of 7 lakh has been crossed by the Mahindra plant at Haridwar in Uttarakhand and is one of the biggest milestones for the company. What is even more remarkable is that this has taken a mere 10 months for Mahindra to move from the 6 lakh mark to the 7 lakh figure, which is testament to the popularity of the brand in the country.
President and chief executive (Automotive) of Mahindra and Mahindra, Pravin Shah said that the milestone would act as a significant moment in the company’s journey in the automotive industry and is a mark of the effort that workers and management have put in at the Haridwar plant of the company. The plant has always been associated with excellence in terms of manufacturing and this is reflected in the spirit and commitment of having no limits when it comes to the Rise philosophy of the company. He also believes that this will only be a stepping stone to the success that the plant sees in the future.
The Haridwar plant of Mahindra was inaugurated in December 2005 and the Bolero, Gio, Scorpio S2, Champion and the Alfa are manufactured at the location. In addition to this, the plant has been the highest producing plant from among all the company’s units and has amongst the highest production capacities among all the plants as well. Mahindra’s plant at Haridwar is the only automotive plant that the company has in North India.