New Delhi – With the help of parent Suzuki’s Gujarat plant set for employment later this month. The country’s largest car-maker Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) expects to reduce the waiting period for its high selling models like Baleno and Vitara Brezza. In the present, the two models have a waiting period ranging from 20 to 24 weeks depending on the variants ordered by the customers. Our major difficulties faced in 2016 are the lack of manufacturing capacity that results in larger waiting period for these particular models or variants. The employments of the Gujarat plant should give relief in this month 2017 to 2018.
The company has to create capacity so that it may not happen to this extent in the future. But the only thing which Maruti Suzuki is holding from moving faster is the main constraint in this plants. In last year, over 80,000 units have been delivered, but the Baleno is going to cater to around, assure half a lakh orders. The waiting period of the premium hatchback currently at around 6-8 months in various parts of the country.
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MSI awaits to receive around 10,000 units of premium hatchback Baleno from the plant. The two units at Gurgaon and Manesar have a total production capacity of 1.5 million units annually. Suzuki has a total investment of around USD 1,400 million in that plant which will be two vehicle assembly lines of 2.5 lakh units per annum each. To MSI from the plant they receive vehicles and components which are supplied by the Japanese automaker. India is the biggest market for Maruti Suzuki that owns 56% in India which controls nearly half of the market of the country’s biggest automaker.
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In the last year, the company has developed regarding growth and profits which have been a very adequate. Demonetisation in November there was a drop in the bookings, but sales didn’t fall below the company’s target and also production continues as planned. So the rest of the year that are not indicating any number for the likely sales and that doesn’t expect to continue to fully utilise the production capacity.The various agencies continue to target cars for air pollution despite scientifically collected data that shows cars were a minor and irrelevant contributor to the poor in their air quality in the Delhi area. The various agencies appear to be ignoring the data, and it continues to target cars in their efforts which improve the air quality and reach the target. This may hurt job creation and growth of the sector and which will not make any measurable difference to the air quality.