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Bajaj Auto Rickshaw Factory, How they build the Bajaj RE

A look inside the Bajaj Auto Rickshaw Factory in India.

See how they build the world’s number one 3 wheeler which is sold in over 45 countries around the world.

Bajaj Auto Ltd India holds 86% of the market share of three-wheelers in the world.

It is estimated that 58 million people everyday travel in a Bajaj RE.

In 2018 Bajaj Autos three-wheeler plant produced 850,000 auto-rickshaws as they are known in India and they are hoping to increase production by 160,000 so they will be producing over 1 million of their world-famous Tuk Tuks a year.

They not only produce the passenger vehicles that are now becoming a common sight in the Philippines but also cargo versions of their three-wheeler.

The Bajaj company has a very long history, it was founded in 1926 at a time when India was fighting for independence from the British.

Bajaj not only makes three-wheelers they also make 2 wheeled vehicles and are the fourth largest manufacturer of 2 and three-wheelers in the world.

Bajaj Auto Rickshaw Factory

Bajaj Auto in fact has three factories.

Bajaj auto has world-class manufacturing factories at  Pantnagar Pant Nagar, Sidcul Dist, Rudrapur, Uttarakhand, India, another one at Waluj, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India and a state of the art plant at Chakan Mahalunge, Maharashtra, India where a wide range of two-wheelers and three-wheelers are manufactured.

Bajaj Auto has always been at the forefront of adopting various measures for a greener and cleaner environment right from using wind power for energy requirements, use of alternate fuels like CNG and LPG for its commercial vehicles, green plantations and water treatment in its manufacturing facilities and use of advanced engine technology like the DTS-i to reduce emissions.

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