Indian bike maker TVS motor company has struck deep into the British motorcycling heart-land. Infusing multi-million pounds, its 2020 acquisition Norton motorcycles has moved from the former hub at Donnington Hall. Now, they are nearing completion of a most advanced state-of-the-art manufacturing plant at Solihull, not far from Birmingham, UK. The 122-year-old bike-maker will have the plant running this early spring.
TVS believes the new plant marks the beginning of a strong, sustainable future for Norton. TVS will very likely not disappoint with providing world-class bikes from Norton to a global base of clients.
The new facility will be the primary hub for all things Norton. The former factory at Donnington Hall has largely been relocated. In addition, further tech relocation to the Solihull hub will allow for a great production. The Solihull centre will be responsible for a renewed overhaul of all manufacturing and production systems, aiming at virtually re-launch of a revitalized image. Technical, as well as marketing compartments to whole processes, shall be synchronized here. At Solihull, too, there will be the resumption of the Commando Classic production. The brand has already a good number of pre-launch orders to its credit. A bit further on, the hub will start manufacturing the widely anticipated Norton V4SS.
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