TATA selects ARO for India’s largest EV plant

State-of-the-art plant to produce 300,000 EVs per year

Tata Passenger Electric Mobility Ltd (TPEM), India’s largest EV producer, has chosen ARO robot welding technology for its latest EV factory in Sanand, Gujarat.

Jean-Yves David, President of ARO group, said:

“The choice of ARO welding equipment for the largest EV car plant in India is a solid recognition of our know-how and the quality of ARO welding technology. 

India is a large country which relies heavily on electric mobility to initiate its energy transition, essential to reduce its CO2 emissions.  This is why many vehicle manufacturers are starting to invest massively in this market segment in the country.

With the support of JEC, our local agent, ARO can quickly meet welding equipment needs while ensuring ARO quality, technical support and local service.”   

JEC Distributors India Pvt Ltd provides distribution, commissioning and after-sales services in India for all ARO equipment with depots throughout the sub-continent.

Take a look at Tata’s latest state-of-the-art EV plant here

About TATA

TATA is the largest player in India’s rapidly growing EV space. TATA’s proactive investments in developing EVs and sustained efforts in expanding the enabling ecosystem are directed towards making these future-ready vehicles the norm. Unveiling a rich range of new vehicles and concepts, they are building India’s best designed and greenest range of personal mobility solutions.

About ARO

ARO is a widely recognized world leader in resistance welding, notably to the automotive industry. The ARO group is headquartered near Le Mans in France, with subsidiaries in Germany, Spain, Belgium, Slovakia, Sweden, the UK, USA, Mexico, Brazil and China. The company was founded in 1949 and today employs around 500 persons. ARO is a member of the British engineering and industrial group Langley Holdings plc.

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