Maruti Suzuki Company is a well-known car manufacturer company in India. Maruti Suzuki holds 47 percent market in the car industry. You can see every second car on Indian roads are belong to the Maruti Suzuki Company. Suzuki is basically a Japanese Company which manufactures cars in India with Maruti. Today we will learn some facts about Maruti Suzuki.
As you read in the upper paragraph that Maruti and Suzuki are two different companies that make Maruti Suzuki India Limited. Maruti Suzuki India Limited was known as Maruti Udyog Limited after the tie-up
Talking about shares so Maruti has 56.21% shares of the company and Suzuki just holds 43.79% of shares.
Now let see some facts about the manufacturing unit of the company.
1. 2,545 steps for a single car
To build a single car, the workers have to complete 2,545 steps. Before 2014 the steps count was 3,077.
2. Robots and automation
Robots and automation processes are also used. In 2 manufacturing plants total of 2,400 robots are used, and all are automated. Most paint shops and welding shops use robots and automation processes. Painting works require so much concentration. so the robots make the process errorless or decrease the margin of error which results in fast production.
3. 20,000 tonnes of steel
Every month 20,000 tonnes of steel are used. Half of the steel is imported from South Korea’s Posco and Japan’s Kawasaki Steel. 240,000 tonnes of steel used in a year which is enough to build 32 Eiffel Towers.
4. 70,000 litres of paint
To paint 5,000 cars, 70,000 liters of paint every day used. Sixty-five robots are installed to paint the bumpers
5. 4,000 plus trucks every day
Every day more than 4,000 trucks enter and leave the plant. 3,400 trucks are used to import raw materials from 2500 vendors and 600 plus trucks are used to send the cars to the dealer.
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