Hero Electric, an electric two-wheeler (e2W) company, is establishing a new R&D centre to redefine its products’ standards for features, quality, safety, and technological innovations.
Sohinder Gill, the CEO of Hero Electric, said, “The new R&D setup will be the nerve centre of our future product development incorporating the latest and the best technologies in electric two-wheelers. The R&D centre will collaborate with academia and incubators across the globe to work on mid and long-term strategies of our product.”
According to a statement, Hero Electric is also actively bolstering HR-driven talent acquisition and skill development programs through integrated and unique recruitment drives.
According to the statement, the company’s “Hero Care” programme gives people the opportunities to develop and build together by offering support at all stages of life on both a professional and personal level, from developing their skills to building their dream houses.
Manu Sharma, AVP – HR, Hero Electric, said, “Employees are our top priority as they are our brand ambassadors and torch bearers of a green future. We have created a culture that nurtures and simultaneously pushes them to flourish. We want to build a talent community to engage with potential talent and current employees.”
From Mahindra’s Pithampur plant in Madhya Pradesh, the company has already rolled out its first batch of electric scooters. Hero has revealed plans to build a second plant in Ludhiana to increase production and meet the growing demand for e2W.