Earth Energy EV also plans to gradually expand its distributor network over the next five years.
Earth Energy EV has distributors in 10 states in India.
Mumbai-based electric vehicle (EV) start-up Earth Energy EV has received orders for more than 37,000 units from its distributors in 10 Indian states. The company has appointed distributors in these 10 Indian states, including Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Orissa. According to Earth Energy, the company expects exponential growth over the next five years, and to meet this demand, the company also plans to expand its distributor network gradually over the next five years.
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Rushii Senghani, CEO and Founder of Earth Energy, said, “We are focused on providing commuters with a quality offering that is reliable with little to no downtime when it comes to parts availability. spare. In this regard, we have achieved 96% localization of all components including powertrain, structural and dynamic components, etc. Over the past six months, we have been working hard to set up our localized suppliers, supply chain and distribution network and will be available in most markets by mid-2022. Our manufacturing is underway optimized and we can manufacture 46,000 vehicles per year using two production lines. We have an additional pair of two production lines which can be used as the demand increases.
Earth Energy EV has set up a new 20,000 square foot manufacturing plant in Maharashtra with an annual manufacturing capacity of 46,000 units. The company is also looking forward to expanding to an additional 20,000 square feet as demand increases. Local development and manufacturing is one of Earth Energy EV’s main focus areas and it has already reached a localization level of 96% with its model line-up. This helps control the overall cost of the EV, which facilitates sales growth. These vehicles also comply with all public charging stations set up by both public authorities and private actors.
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