Daimler India shuts bus and truckmaking unit for 3 days

NEW DELHI: Daimler’s Indian plant has shut its bus and truckmaking unit for 3 days due to elements shortages attributable to lockdown restrictions throughout the nation, an organization spokesman stated on Tuesday.
“Daimler India Commercial Vehicles (DICV) has declared a non-production day for June 1 ’til June 3, 2021, attributable to momentary elements shortages attributable to lockdown restrictions,” the spokesman stated in a press release.
The plant is the primary close to India’s Chennai automotive manufacturing hub to order a short lived shutdown owing to a elements scarcity. Global carmakers similar to Ford Motor Co, Hyundai Motor Co and Renault-Nissan ordered closures final week due to employee protests over security. learn extra
India’s manufacturing unit exercise progress slowed considerably in May as rising coronavirus circumstances curbed new orders and output whereas shortage of uncooked supplies drove up enter prices, a personal sector survey confirmed on Tuesday. learn extra
Daimler stated it’s supporting its staff with its well being programmes, including that it’ll pay staff their full salaries for the non-production interval.
DICV is unit of Germany’s Daimler group and manufactures and sells vans, BharatBenz buses and Mercedes-Benz coaches in India.
The firm’s plant close to Chennai additionally produces for Daimler truck manufacturers similar to FUSO, Mercedes-Benz and Freightliner, exporting to greater than 60 markets world wide.


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