New Delhi: Maruti Suzuki Toyotsu India (MSTI) on Tuesday commenced the operations of its ‘End-of-Lifetime Vehicles’ (ELVs) scrapping and recycling device.
Notably, the facility was inaugurated by Union Minister of Road Transportation and Highways Nitin Gadkari on Tuesday.
The 10,993 sq. m. facility has a ability to scrap and recycle in excess of 24,000 ELVs per year.
It has been crafted with an investment of in excess of Rs 44 crore, the facility makes use of “modern-day and technologically superior equipment to dismantle and scrap ELVs in a scientific way”.
Other than, aligning with the eyesight of ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’, the company reported that all the tools being employed at the facility is produced in India.
“I would ask for Maruti and other stakeholders to create and make an ecosystem of very similar scrapping and recycling units across the state. This would make the roadways safer, air cleaner and the raw substance more affordable for their vehicles,” Gadkari reported.
At the inauguration, Kenichi Ayukawa, Chairman, MSTI and Managing Director & CEO, Maruti Suzuki India Limited, reported: “Till now there was no scientific, cleanse and healthy way to dispose a auto at its end-of-life. MSTI makes use of world process methodology to address this hole.”
“This is just the starting. With our companions we are committed to established up far more these types of modern-day ELV scrap and recycle facilities in India.”
MSTI was founded in 2019 as a 50:50 joint enterprise amongst Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL) and Toyota Tsusho Group (Toyota Tsusho Corporation (TTC) & Toyota Tsusho India Personal Limited (TTIPL).