Mahindra Electric powered Mobility Limited’s (MEML) divisions – Past Mile Mobility (LMM) and EV Know-how Centre (EVTEC) have a new handle at Velankani Tech Park 43, Hosur Street, Electronic Town, Phase 1, Bengaluru. The new business is in line with MEML’s expansion technique and makes an enjoyable workspace for its workers. The new Bengaluru office has a seating capacity of much more than 500 workforce and will dwelling the whole workforce of EVTEC and selected capabilities of LMM. From April 1, staff members have commenced the do the job-from-business format, pursuing essential COVID-19 protocols.
The Velankani premise is spacious and has up-to-day infrastructure that is eco-welcoming, and a self-enough campus, strategically positioned in the engineering hub of the town. This new office environment will improve personnel morale and speed up the brand’s efforts in redefining past-mile mobility as perfectly as in developing slicing-edge EV technologies.
Pankaj Sonalkar, Main of Automotive Technologies, EVTEC reported, “The workers are thrilled about the new business office. I am certain we will carry on to produce EV systems for the long term with even more enthusiasm.”
Suman Mishra, CEO of MEML commented, “Workplace performs a essential job in improving personnel performance. This environmentally friendly campus will infuse new vitality in our personnel who are now returning to the function-from-office environment structure.”
LMM will go on to have a entirely functional office at Kandivali, Mumbai. The Innovation Centre as effectively as the Bomassandra plant staff will go on to run from their respective areas in Bengaluru.