Ashok Leyland will set up a bus manufacturing unit in Krishna district of Andhra Pradesh where 4,800 buses will be produced per annum, the Chief Minister’s Office (CMO) has announced.

Ashok Leyland CMD Vinod K Dasari met Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu yesterday evening and discussed the company’s plans, a release from the CMO said.

Ashok Leyland would set up its plant on a 75-acre site at the Mallavalli Industrial Estate and provide employment to 5,000 people, the release said but did not specify the quantum of financial investment on the unit.

Apart from bus manufacturing, the company would also set up an electric vehicles development centre and a skill development centre.

The company aims to start production within a year after required land allotment is made, according to the release.

Source – PTI

By CV News

2 thoughts on “Ashok Leyland to come up with new bus plant at Andhra Pradesh”
    1. Though Ashok Leyland has excess capacity for truck/bus chassis manufacturing, with respect to bus body building it has a limited capacity from Alwar and Trichy. Hence foreseeing the future demand, they might have planned for new plant. Not to mention about the range of incentives Govt. of Andhra Pradesh would have offered.

Leave a Reply