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Norton moves HQ to West Midlands

Castle Donington-based Norton Motorcycles is moving to a new headquarters.

The “state-of-the-art” production site in Solihull, West Midlands, will open carrying out a multi-million pound investment by Norton’s Indian parent company, TVS Motor Company.

The premises will be the central hub for all of Norton operations, providing a lasting base for all staff. The new headquarters will be home to design, engineering, purchasing, sales, marketing, and support teams along with the skilled production team that's resuming manufacture of motorcycles. Some of the specialist tooling and equipment used by Norton has been carried over to the new site in Solihull, but the website is benefiting from substantial new investment.

Sudarshan Venu, Joint Managing Director of TVS Motors, said: “The outlet of the new headquarters represents a significant step forward for Norton Motorcycles. The outlet of this state-of-the-art facility will create the foundations for a sustainable long-term future of Norton.

“2021 has been a tough year for the world but we're excited to be moving into our new home and we are delighted this has been developed by the Norton and TVS teams in just 9 months. This new facility underpinned by strong quality processes will produce bikes truly worthy of the illustrious Norton brand and take it into the future. We are setting out to create a future for the company, our employees, our customers and our partners that lives as much as the highest expectations and enable Norton to once more become the real force its history deserves.”

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