Yamaha announced the successful production of its 10 millionth two wheeler for the Indian market. The Japanese brand which set it foot in India back in 1985 has successfully commemorated 34 years of operations in India. The two wheeler maker says that its three manufacturing facilities in Surajpur, Faridabad and Chennai have jointly contributed to the overall production achievement of the company. Incidentally the 10 millionth product which rolled out from Yamaha’s Chennai plant was the FZS-FI Version 3.0 model.
Speaking about the brand’s operation in these 34 years of service, Motofumi Shitara, Chairman, Yamaha Motor India Group of Companies, said, “The journey for Yamaha has been quite exciting all these years. This landmark achievement is a testimony of our growing popularity and demand for our products which are exciting, stylish and sporty. This would not have been possible without the support of our employees, dealer partners, suppliers and vendors. They have played a key role and have extended their support throughout in line with the company’s business direction to achieve this important milestone. Going forward, we will continue to excite our customers and empower their lives through world class products and services.”