Adit Infratel to begin battery manufacturing after favourable Budget proposals - Feedback

Amongst the first moves for making mobile phone components locally, Gurgaon-based Adit Infratel has started making lithium polymer embedded batteries in Manesar, with an initial investment of Rs 25 crore, accelerating the government’s Make in India program.

The company which has been a distributor for Panasonic batteries in India said Thursday that it will begin producing 60,000 mobile batteries and 20,000 mobile chargers per day from April first week, and is already talking to handset makers in India for local supplies. “The Budget recommendations with the new duty structures were good for us,” said Vikram Kalia, Director Sales & Marketing, Adit Infratel. “we’re already talking to most of the manuafacturers,” he added.

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