|Project Detail :||Chinese electric two-wheeler manufacturer Benling is planning to infuse around Rs 100 crore by April 2020 for expansion in India. Benling plans to expand its assembling unit at Manesar, Gurugram in Haryana, into its first manufacturing unit in India.
The company intends to open its second manufacturing unit in Chennai, Tamil Nadu followed by manufacturing facilities in Pune in West, Kolkata in East, and Guwahati in North-East. It aims to have a full-fledged manufacturing plant in India and establish the country as its second base after China.
The current production capacity of Benling is 3,000 vehicles per month, which the company intends to expand to around 10,000 vehicles per month, followed by 15,000 vehicles a month, of which around 5,000 units will be for export markets.
Benling India has launched a series of three low speed (25 kmph) e-scooter models namely Kriti, Falcon, and Icon and also lined up a high-speed EV bike by January 2020.|