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Tesla Revs Up Hiring Efforts for Tesla Semi Volume Production at Gigafactory Nevada

by EVBASEOperate October 07, 2023

Tesla Revs Up Hiring Efforts for Tesla Semi Volume Production at Gigafactory Nevada

Tesla Aims to Boost Tesla Semi Production

- Tesla is actively hiring for numerous positions to establish a volume production line for the Tesla Semi electric truck at Gigafactory Nevada.
- The Tesla Semi holds immense potential in reducing emissions from heavy trucking.

Deployment at Scale: A Crucial Step

- To make a significant impact, the Tesla Semi needs to be deployed in large numbers.
- Recent reports reveal that Tesla has only produced around 70 Semi trucks after nearly a year in production.

Delays and Expansion Plans

- In January, Tesla announced plans to expand Gigafactory Nevada for high-volume Tesla Semi manufacturing.
- However, nine months later, the factory expansion remains pending.

Signs of Progress: New Hires and Job Listings

- In August, Tesla appointed a manufacturing leader to oversee the Gigafactory Nevada expansion, raising hopes for progress.
- Tesla has recently posted ten job openings related to designing and building a high-volume production line for the Tesla Semi at Gigafactory Nevada.

Roles and Responsibilities: Building the Future

- The job listings include positions such as Senior Architect, Structural Modeling Lead, Factory Design Engineering Leader, and more.
- Tesla emphasizes the need for architects who can efficiently translate new manufacturing requirements into visually appealing and code-compliant spaces.

Challenges Ahead: Designing the Project

- While the hiring spree is promising, it indicates that there is still significant work to be done in designing the project.
- Satellite images reveal that Tesla's Gigafactory footprint has not expanded as planned, suggesting potential delays.

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