We hope that you have been doing well. It has been a challenging couple of weeks here at our production facility in Malaysia as COVID cases have been on the rise and new lockdowns are being imposed. Please take care and stay safe no matter where you are.
Over the past few months, the team has been working hard to set up our production and assembly facilities. Today, we are proud to be able to give you a short behind-the-scenes look into these facilities. This is where your bikes will be produced and shipped out from!
Here are some pictures from our pilot production run:
Testing and assembling the gearbox module.
A Reevo bike going through quality checks in a testing machine.
A few bikes in assembly.
A closer look at the new colors and airless tires installed on the bikes.
Strengthening our manufacturing capabilities
We would also like to take this opportunity to announce a new manufacturing partner. Based in Malaysia, Voltron Malaysia is a contract manufacturing company with over 21 years of experience in battery and e-bike manufacturing. Besides providing manufacturing services for many major e-bike brands, they also produce their own line of range of e-bikes (funnily enough, they also sell a mountain e-bike named Revo).
We are confident that Voltron will bring plenty of manufacturing expertise and experience to the table – further strengthening our manufacturing quality and improving delivery capacity. We will also be leveraging their considerable experience by working closely with them to improve our testing and quality control processes.
Radysis Asia (as previously announced) will remain as our partner for the manufacturing, assembly, and testing of the PCBA and other electronic components.
Partnership formalization ceremony between Mr. Alec Lim (CEO, Beno Inc) and Datuk Tan You Soon (CEO, Voltron Malaysia).
Change of order fulfillment date
As of today, we are in the final stages of starting production on Reevo. However, this will have to be put on hold due to quality issues with a few components. During this time, the team will be looking into solving these issues, which will most likely require a rework of two or more molds. Unfortunately, this is a length process, but we will be doing our best to speed things up without compromising quality.
Here is a more detailed explanation of the road towards starting production that we’ve covered so far. Our manufacturing line is ready on stand-by to begin production once these issues are resolved.