Stiff competition leads Bajaj Auto to boost capacity by 25%

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* Exports are growing at around 25 per year-on-year, more than of the overall volume is likely to from exports over the two-three years

Once the enhancement programmes are in place, BAL be able to produce 5.7 million and 600,000 three-wheelers/four-wheelers annually the company’s three plants in Chakan and Pantnagar. BAL will sales of four-wheeler ‘RE60’ by in Sri Lanka and later in India in

Interestingly, the company would the available capacity to roll out new of its mainline brands—’Pulsar’ and ‘Discover’. want to make bigger, bikes. We are in the volume game but not at any We are a publicly listed company and we a performance to show. We cannot but on the bottom line.

We are focused on two brands Pulsar and Bajaj added.

HMSI had last week introduced its motorcycle, the 110 cc ‘Dream Yuga’, to its former partner Hero dominance in the mass commuter The entry-level segment accounts for 70-per cent of the 10-million-strong market in the country. BAL with the model has a share of 16 per cent in the

“We sell about units of the Platina every As long as there is demand, we make it. But we are not going to make any or marketing efforts on the brand,” Bajaj. Instead the company focus on developing new variants of the and the Discover every year.

To with, the Discover 125 ST (Sports will go on sale from this year, while the 200 NS (Naked Sports) will rubber on Indian roads in

“Our goal is only We have to become a bigger, and stronger motorcycle manufacturer on a basis. Our every move is at going up the value chain.

We to increase our global market while maintaining good Bajaj said.

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To realise he said the company would look at exporting as many as it sells in the domestic market. BAL would aim at stepping up volumes The company is adding on new geographies year, particularly in Latin and West Africa.

With sales of around 3.8 units, Bajaj has a share of 10 per cent in the 35-million-strong global market.

The company is expecting half of its volumes to come exports over the next years. Exports accounted for 36 per of BAL’s total production in The company sold more 1.5 million two-wheelers and commercial overseas last year.

Its exports revenues grew 45 per to Rs 6,604 crore (33 per cent of in FY12, compared with Rs 933 (12.5 per cent of total net in 2005-06), the company said.

The records as much as 47 per cent of its sales from Africa. As as 60,000 units of the ‘Boxer’ are exported to the continent every Some of the company’s other key markets are Sri Lanka, the Philippines and the America.

BAL has appointed a new distributor in Mexico and start exports to Argentina the next six months.

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