Bajaj is the leading two-wheeler manufacturer in India and has bikes in all major segments of the market.
This video captures the production of Pulsar and other Bajaj bikes in depth. Being one of the top two-wheeler manufacturers in the world, Bajaj products have been around for years now. The company was founded by Jamnalal Bajaj in Rajasthan in the 1940s. Among its multiple production facilities, the one in Pune is the most prominent. But all the manufacturing locations are equipped with state-of-the-art technology. The factories are located in Waluj (Aurangabad), Chakan (Maharashtra) and Pant Nagar (Uttaranchal). In fact, KTM uses Bajaj’s facility to manufacture its motorcycles.
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Production of Pulsar and Other Bajaj Bikes
This video comes from CarMic on YouTube. It showcases the details of the manufacturing process of bikes in the factory. Being such a huge player, the production facilities are spread over large areas with thousands of employees from all corners of the country. Needless to mention, the fleet consists of top engineers, technicians, assemblers and support staff to ensure that each factory is in top condition. The three-shift system in one factory is divided into the following order – 2 shifts for Bajaj bikes and 1 shift for KTM bikes.
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The first step consists of manufacturing the frames for the bikes. The workers then install the other components around it including the engine, fuel tank, body parts, suspension, brakes, wheels, etc. These units then go through rigorous quality assurance processes to make sure that only the best quality products are sent to the dealership showrooms for the customers. What is even more impressive is the fact that Bajaj is focusing on sustainability when it comes to production locations as well. More energy demands are being met by renewable sources. That is a critical component for any modern-age company. In addition to this, Bajaj also runs many social services under the CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) initiative like building schools for the less-privileged.
What We Think
Bajaj Auto is one of the biggest two-wheeler manufacturers in the world. It has been around for decades no. Certainly, it understands our market pretty well. Also, with time, it is transforming its operations to stay relevant to the market. It has even been adopting sustainable measures in the manufacturing process. Apart from that, it is also making electric scooters and autos to ensure that it pivots its business to electric mobility at the right time. This video gives us a great glimpse into how bikes are produced which we so love and appreciate.
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