Chinese Electric Scooters To Be Assembled in India

Semi knocked-down kits, imported from China, will be assembled at the Standard Design Modules (SDM) of INKEL at Angamaly, Kerala, India

Published: 13-Aug-2012

KOCHI: A Chinese electric scooter manufacturer will start an assembling unit in the Angamaly campus of Infrastructures Kerala Ltd (INKEL), said its MD T Balakrishnan.

"Semi knocked-down kits, imported from China, will be assembled at the Standard Design Modules (SDM) of INKEL at Angamaly," he said to reporters in Kochi on Thursday.

INKEL, a pubic-private-partnership, has constructed a five-storied building with 2.2 lakh sq ft of built-up area, ready to be occupied. The campus is located adjacent to the TELK-NTPC campus. "We are looking for non-polluting industries to start operations at SDM and we have got four companies planning to occupy modules, which includes a food processing company too," Balakrishnan said.

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