Bajaj No. 2 motorbike maker in India , would stop producing two-wheelers at a plant in Akurdi, Maharashtra from Sept. 1 as it shifts production to a new plant in Waluj near Aurangabad.
The Pune plant produces Kristal and some units of K-70 motorcycle. These will be shifted to Waluj from September 1.
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Bajaj’s corporate office will continue to remain at Akurdi. The 200-acre premises will also house an R&D centre and an export, purchase and financing office. An R&D and engineering centre will come up on 100 acres.
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Bajaj’s motorcycles are manufactured at Waluj, Chakan near Pune and Pantnagar in Uttarakhand, while the scooter Krystal is made at Akurdi. The company’s three-wheeler production is centred at Waluj.