CHENNAI, June 26: Iconic motorcycle manufacturer
Royal Enfield Wednesday said it would adopt dry wash system in
all its service centres in the city, which has been reeling
under a severe water crisis.
“The implementation of this system will help save
approximately 18 lakh litres of water every month,” a
company statement said here.
Commenting on the use of dry wash system, Royal
Enfield, Head-India Business, Shaji Koshy said, “this
initiative is part of our longstanding commitment to ensure
best in class customer experience.”
“The situation in Chennai has allowed us to innovate
and bring efficiencies in our own operations which is always
the objective,” he said.
“We have piloted this initiative in Chennai owing to
the water scarcity and we plan to take this (initiative) to
other cities in Tamil Nadu as well,” he said.
He said dry wash was a great technological advancement
which reduced water consumption without compromising on wash
quality and lessens the servicing time per vehicle.
The company claimed that the dry wash system uses
comparatively lesser quantity of water without compromising on
the quality of cleaning.
The final wash quality would be on par with
conventional method while saving a lot of water, the statement
Royal Enfield has over 900 workshops across more than
600 towns and cities, it said. (PTI)