Royal Enfield Newest Factory In Thailand Begins Operation

Royal Enfield Interceptor 650

Royal Enfield is set to ram up its production in Asia as the company has begin its factory operation in Chachoengsao, a province located east of Bangkok,Thailand.

The new facility would not only serve the local market but also other major South East Asian region.

Interestingly, the Indian-owned company has already started things going by developing a small-displacement motorcycle in cooperation with Thailand motorcycle company GPX.

According to the Indian firm, Royal Enfield plans to ship its motorcycle as a CKD model for assembly which includes the Himalayans and the 650 Twins (Interceptor and Continental GT).

“We are very happy to announce the commencement of operations at the CKD assembly plant in Thailand.

“A testament to our commitment to the region and the market potential, and to our growing community of riding enthusiasts, this facility will enable us to efficiently cater to the growing demand in this region, and also become the hub for the rest of Southeast Asian markets,” said B. Govindarajan, Executive Director Royal Enfield.



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