New Delhi, 13 January, 2024: Euler Motors, an electric vehicle company and a frontrunner in EV innovation, announced today its strategic move to appoint auto industry veteran Anal Vijay Singh as VP Manufacturing & Plant Head, to lead its cutting-edge facility in Palwal, Haryana. Over his distinguished career spanning 35 years, Anal Vijay Singh served as the Plant Head at Pantnagar Works, Tata Motors Limited, leading large-scale production and supply chain operations for the Small Commercial Vehicle (SCV) segment.
This development underscores Euler Motors’ commitment to crafting an unparalleled EV manufacturing hub that keeps pace with the escalating demands within the commercial EV sector. In fact, Euler Motors ranked third in 3-wheeler commercial EV sales over the last quarter of CY 2023 which saw aggressive demand owing to the festive season.
As VP Manufacturing & Plant head, Anal Vijay Singh will orchestrate seamless tech integration, manufacturing, and supply chain processes to enable the plant to reach its 35,000-unit annual capacity as planned. In his role, he will ensure delivery of tasks like meeting plant deliverables, facility planning and cost optimization. He will also be responsible for quality planning and driving manufacturing excellence across the value chain. Anal Singh’s leadership will extend beyond the traditional responsibilities, incorporating principles of Lean Manufacturing, Total Quality Management (TQM) and Safety, Quality, Productivity, Delivery, Cost, Morale, and Environment (SQPDCME) to foster a state-of-the-art facility. With a keen eye on manufacturing excellence.
Speaking about the appointment, Saurav Kumar, Founder & CEO, Euler Motors, said, “We’re very excited to have Anal Vijay Singh join us as VP Manufacturing & Plant head, to lead our Palwal facility. His expertise will add immense value to our manufacturing operations and will prove to be a game-changer in expediting our time to market. We’re on the brink of a transformative phase, set to revolutionize EV manufacturing and with Anal’s wealth of experience, we look forward to integrating processes that will help us redefine EV manufacturing benchmarks. We are committed in our journey towards realising our vision of electrifying the future of commercial mobility.”
Gaurav Kumar, Head of Supply Chain and Manufacturing, Euler Motors said, “The appointment of Anal Vijay Singh as VP Manufacturing & Plant head at Euler Motors marks a pivotal moment for us. His knowledge and experience will play a crucial role as we set a new yardstick in green manufacturing and implement the industry’s best practices, boosting our output and ensuring top-quality vehicles tailored for the Indian market. With his leadership, coupled with our strategic investments in capacity expansion, we’re geared to meet the increasing demand, expanding our market presence nationwide.”
Commenting on his appointment, Anal Vijay Singh, Plant Head, Euler Motors, said, “Stepping into this new role at Euler Motors marks an exciting chapter in my professional journey. In a remarkably brief period, Euler Motors has made substantial leaps forward in the EV sector in the country, and I’m thrilled to be part of this growth story. Together with Euler Motors I look forward to leading the charge in the commercial EV space. Our focus on innovative manufacturing practices sets the stage for a significant transformation through innovation, and I’m excited to be at the forefront of this exhilarating shift.”
In his previous stint, Anal Vijay Singh achieved significant milestones, including the establishment of the manufacturing facility for Tata’s flagship SCV platform, Tata Intra, and the successful launch of various BS6 small commercial vehicles, including India’s first SCV Electric vehicle, Ace EV. He is Certified under the 1000 Visionary SME Programme (2015-16) a joint effort of JICA , CII, DIPP GOI.
Anal has also served in various positions of responsibility, such as being a Board Member of the National Board for Quality Promotion (NBQP), QCI, and a Special Invitee to the CII Uttarakhand State Council.