Micromax Inaugurates Its Mobile Manufacturing Facility In Telangana

Dated: April 15, 2016

Micromax inaugurated its latest manufacturing facility in Telangana. The company has made an initial investment of 100 crore to open the plant which it expects will manufacture 1 million devices every month. The plant was inaugurated by KT Rama Rao, minister for IT, panchayati raj and municipal administration & urban development, government of Telangana and P Mahendra Reddy, minister for transport, government of Telangana in the presence of other senior state dignitaries.

The Telangana manufacturing facility has been made operational from scratch in flat six months and will have the capacity to manufacture one million mobile phones per month. The facility currently employs 700 people and will increase the number to 1,000 employees in the next two months, boosting employment opportunities in the state.

Commenting on the inauguration, Rajesh Agarwal, co-founder, Micromax said, “By 2017, we aim to be India’s first and largest indigenous phone manufacturer. We have been the front runners for the ‘Make in India’ initiative, by assembling the products locally and quickly ramping up and building capacity of complete manufacturing in close partnership with the government.”

The Telangana manufacturing facility has been made operational from scratch in flat six months and will have the capacity to manufacture one million mobile phones per month. The facility currently employs 700 people and will increase the number to 1,000 employees in the next two months, boosting employment opportunities in the state.

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