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Bajaj shifts production of Pulsar to Its Aurangabad Plant

Defaced by the progressing laborers strike at Bajaj's Chakan office close Pune, the association has chosen to movement the preparation of Pulsar extend of cruisers to its Aurangabad office. Bajaj Auto has three assembling units in India – Chakan Pune, Aurangabad and Pantnagar. The Chakan plant holds much essentialness since the premium extend of cruisers incorporating the Bajaj Pulsar range, KTM Duke 200 and 390 and Kawasaki Ninja are implicit the office. However the work turmoil brought about diminished preparation. It is accounted for that just 30% of the specialists appear for obligation and that is a genuine issue recognizing that the recently started KTM Duke 390 is gathering colossal requests in both local and universal markets. So keeping in mind the end goal to moderate the harm, Bajaj Auto has chosen to movement the preparation of Bajaj Pulsar to its Aurangabad plant. The move is relied upon to be finished by the close of this month. Then the Chakan plant will press on to produce however much bikes as would be prudent with the hindered workforce. The plant purportedly prepares around 1,200 units a day while it should produce around 3,000 units. 

The holding up time of the KTM Duke 390 stands at 90 days however the association says it is conferred to convey the cycles at the most punctual. The dealerships support that independent of the turmoil the Duke 390′s will be arriving at clients on time.

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