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Bharat Forge

  • Largest auto component exporter from India
  • One of the leading chassis components manufacturer in the world
  • Revenue from operations stood at Rs. 3,651.51 crore (US$ 491.88 million) in FY21

Bharat Forge is the largest exporter of auto components from India and one of the leading chassis components manufacturers in the world. The company continues to invest in state-of-the-art facilities harbouring world-class capacities and capabilities. Its automotive facilities include fully automated forging lines, fully automated machining lines, strong IT platform-based technology infrastructure and seamless engineering and design support. The company’s customer base includes virtually every global automotive OEM and Tier 1 supplier. It is amongst the few global automotive component manufacturers with capability to offer front line design and engineering, dual shore manufacturing capability and full-service supply capability.

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In June 2021, Bharat Forge announced plan to acquire 175 acres in an industrial park near Pune worth Rs. 240 crore (32.32 million) to set up new factories for the defence and electric mobility business divisions

In March 2021, Bharat Forge announced its plan to acquire Kalyani Powertrain
2020 Joint venture formed with Paramount Group to co-develop land system and Aerospace platforms
2019 Rolled out the one millionth finished machined crankshaft that powers heavy duty engines of Daimler AG
2018 Established E-Mobility Research & Development Centre in MIRA Technology Park, UK Announcement of strategic stake in Electric Vehicle Company, Tevva Motors (Jersey) Limited
2017 Established Kalyani Centre for Manufacturing Innovation
2013 Supply of crankshaft for Indian rails, becoming the 1st indigenous supplier of crankshaft
2003 Established Global Manufacturing Footprint across Europe, North America and China
2002 Investment in Research & Development, Testing & Validation and state-of-the-art Heavy Duty Truck Crankshaft Machining facilities
2001 Acquired order book of Dana
1991 Major break-through in Japan, USA and UK for critical supply of power-train & chassis components.
1985 Initial exports to Europe
1966 Commercial production commences
1961 Incorporation of Bharat Forge Ltd.


Auto Components
India’s export of auto components increased at a CAGR of 7.6% during FY16-FY20 as the value increased from US$ 10.83 billion in FY16 to US$ 14.5 billion in FY20.