Triumph has updated its assembly lines At one of its factories in Hingley, UK, Is now capable of producing 15,000 to 20,000 motorcycles per year. Triumph motorcycles have been in operation since 1902 and have their roots in the UK.
The company is 100% UK owned and is headquartered in two locations in the region. The new facility will be capable of assembling a full range of motorcycles, the production of which will be imposed on the British and European markets.
Triumph seals its global presence
With 86% of the company’s 60,000 bikes sold annually outside the UK, Triumph has assembly lines in Thailand, Brazil and India, which, according to Miles Perkins, Head of Brand Management, enables the company to have “good prices at competitive prices. Cost-benefit ratio for our delivery”.
“Everything we do is designed, prototype, tested and ready to be manufactured at this facility. Provides greater flexibility and enhances the ability to respond to emerging customer demand, ”says Administrator.
18 models are currently available, including new motorcycles Tiger1200 And Speed Triple 1200RRMore special editions and collaborations with such well-known brands Breedling And GibsonThe offer from the British manufacturer is different, and with this investment in the British factory, the company can also count on the latest 4m investment in its new paint shop.
By 2021, Triumph had grown 29% and set a new record by selling 81,541 units on its global 701 dealership network.