Brammo has just opened a plant in Hungary that will produce more than 600 motorcycles a month. The Flextronics production facility in Sárvár, Hungary will produce the Enertia and Enertia Plus Brammo models for North America, Europe, and Asian customers.
“Now that our new facility has begun production, we have a significant number of customer and fleet orders that we will be fulfilling this year,” said Craig Bramscher, CEO and Founder of Brammo. “It’s been a very satisfying year with customer orders, new dealers and now production all gaining momentum much faster than anticipated.”
In a press release, Brammo calls the new facility in Hungary the “most advanced electric motorcycle assembly line in the world.”
“After 8 months of solid, concerted effort on both sides we have reached this milestone, and I couldn’t be more proud of the team,” said Brian Wismann, Director of Product Development at Brammo Inc. “We have been extremely impressed with how much Flextronics brings to the table in the way of manufacturing and quality processes owing to their vast experience as a Tier 1 automotive supplier and contract manufacturer. This partnership gives Brammo the ability to scale production and access global markets and the benefit of strengthening its reputation as the builder of the world’s finest electric motorcycles.”
Courtesy of AllAboutBikes.com