Trucking News
Truck related news

In FY22, NATRAX Revenue Surged By 70 Percent To Rs 22 Crore

TNI || New Delhi || 09th April 2022

One of the officials said on Wednesday that revenue at the National Automotive Test Tracks NATRAX, which assesses the strength of automobiles on several metrics, increased by 70% to Rs 22 crore in FY22.

10,000 EVs By 2024: Omega Seiki Mobility And Log9 Collaborate

Additional Director, N Karuppiah of the National Automotive Testing and R&D Infrastructure Project (NATRiP) told PTI that NATRAX generated Rs 13 crore in income in 2020-21 in the COVID-19 outbreak.

Shell To Build LNG Plants In India, Citing The Country’s Promising Gas Market

The Union Ministry of Heavy Industries is funding NATRiP. Automobile companies test vehicles on numerous parameters on 14 NATRAX special tracks, according to Karuppiah, before releasing them on the market.

Elon Musk Unveils A Tesla Gigafactory In Texas, Which Will Be Used To Manufacture The Cybertruck

At NATRAX, they are testing private and commercial vehicles, ambulances, tractors, and electric vehicles, Karupaiah added.

As Per ICRA, India Will See 48000 More Electric Vehicle Chargers Three To Four Years

NATRAX was formally introduced in 2018 by the Union Ministry of Heavy Industries. It was built in the Pithampur Industrial Area of Indore, Madhya Pradesh, on 2,960 acres at a cost of over Rs 1,320 crore.

NATRAX, which the government says is Asia’s largest, provides solutions for vehicle and component R & D, testing, assessment, as well as certification.