Lava Subsidiary Gets Approval for IT Hardware

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IT-Hardware

SOJO Manufacturing Services (AP), the subsidiary of Lava International, a domestic smartphone manufacturer, has secured approval for inclusion in the production-linked incentive (PLI) scheme specifically designed for the Information Technology (IT) hardware sector.

Lava International, founded in 2009, is an Indian mobile phone manufacturer known for delivering innovative and affordable devices. With a commitment to quality and cutting-edge technology, Lava has rapidly expanded its market presence.

SOJO Manufacturing Services (AP) Private Limited, a subsidiary of Lava International, specializes in electronic manufacturing services. Established in Andhra Pradesh, SOJO ensures the production of high-quality components for the mobile device industry.

SOJO is set to engage in the manufacturing of Consumer Electronic Durables, encompassing smartphones, feature phones, accessories, tablets, laptops, and various other IT hardware. This venture is in collaboration with Lava International, as well as other prominent Indian and global brands.

Expressing his enthusiasm, Rishi Mohan Bhatnagar, the President of Lava International, conveyed that the approval of SOJO’s inclusion in the PLI scheme is a validation of their dedication to advancing domestic production in the IT hardware domain. Furthermore, he emphasized the pivotal role that SOJO is poised to play in enhancing the global competitiveness of the Indian IT hardware sector.

Highlighting the significance of the PLI 2.0 scheme, which boasts a budgetary allocation of Rs 17,000 crore, the company underscores its alignment with the broader vision of ‘Make in India for the World.’ This visionary scheme aims not only to stimulate employment but also to foster a highly competitive environment conducive to the robust production of IT hardware within the Indian landscape.

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