Automating Motorcycle Assembly Lines
Zero annual maintenance costs
Innovation allowed global growth of company
Cognizant of requirements for 50% female workforce
The world's third largest motorcycle manufacturer opts in for automation
Improving productivity and responding to a 50% female workforce, Bajaj Auto looked to optimise the shop floor taking into account the wellness of staff. Bajaj were the first company in India to implement cobots enabling the company to grow globally.
Bajaj Auto needed to respond to automation advancements in manufacturing
The firm was rapidly expanding its production capabilities
“In 2010, we were looking for solutions to automate our assembly lines,” said Vikas Sawhney, General Manager Engineering (Robotics and Automation) Bajaj Auto in response to the automation advanceme...