Medilytix Bureau: The city-based defence-to-auto conglomerate Bharat Forge has announced that it will pursue its electric mobility journey with strategic investments and research and development, as well as pursue different market strategies across territories.

Bharat Forge has largely concentrated most of its EV operations, including the manufacture of powertrains, convertors, etc., in its subsidiary Kalyani Powertrains. The company has also qualified under the union government’s product-linked incentive (PLI) scheme, under the advanced automotive technology (AAT) category.
The company has acquired firms in e-mobility technology over the years, as well as the electric two-wheeler manufacturer Tork Motors, including providing white-labelled manufacturing for the latter. In India, Bharat Forge added that its focus will be in the electric two-wheeler and three-wheeler space initially, while on a global picture, it will look to “lightweight” manufacturing, as well as electronic and control products for EVs.

The third is the power and control electronic products being developed by India, Germany, and the United States, which will exponentially grow our business. “A complete suite of products will be offered with components, systems, and subsystems for CVs with GVW ranges ranging from 3 to 14 metric tonnes,” said Amit Kalyani, deputy MD of Bharat Forge.

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