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Due to the COVID-19 crisis, a lot of businesses have either slowed down or shut down across the globe. The automobile industry has also taken a big hit and a lot of dealerships across our country are on the verge of shutting down permanently.
With the intention of preventing such a thing to happen, automobile manufacturers are doing their best to keep the business alive. Hyundai Motor India Ltd. has come up with a list of comprehensive measures aimed at ensuring that the dealerships and workshops across the country are prepared to meet the highest levels of sanitation and hygiene.
Commenting on the development, SS Kim, MD & CEO, Hyundai Motor India Ltd., said, "The safety and well being of our customers and employees is paramount. With the evolving situation, we must adapt ourselves for the future. Under the umbrella of the ‘Hyundai Cares' initiative, we are geared up to meet these challenges with sufficient measures that will enhance customer confidence while also ensuring a safe showroom & workshop environment for customers and employees. Our carefully thought out initiatives will encompass all ownership aspects of Hyundai cars for new, and existing customers."
According to the guidelines laid down by the company dealerships across India will have to follow rules from the customers' arrival to departure. This will include display car and test drive car preparedness, customer lounge and washrooms sanitization, delivery process of the new and serviced cars, contactless demonstration and servicing. Thermal screening of employees and visitors has also been facilitated.
Hyundai Motor India along with Mobis India Limited, will dispatch 6.8 lakh masks (3-Ply, N-90 and N-95) as well as 20,000 half litre, and 1.5 lakh 100ml cases of sanitizers for consumers, sales, service and backend staff for their safety.
In related Hyundai news, the company has distributed PPE kits, masks (3-Ply & N-95), sanitizers and dry rations worth more than Rs 9 crore. Also, Hyundai has donated incinerators to hospitals in Tamil Nadu for safe disposal of all medical waste.
Hyundai India Ltd. also donated Rs 7 Crore to the PM CARES Fund, Rs 5 crore to Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Relief Fund, and has handed over imported COVID-19 advanced diagnostic test kits worth Rs 4 crore to help fight the pandemic. The company even partnered with Air Liquide Medical Systems recently to scale-up the production and supply of ventilators.
Thoughts About The Guidelines Set By Hyundai For Their Dealership and Service Centers
Manufacturers are doing their best to safeguard their dealerships, workshops, and their customers. Once business resumes, a set of rules and regulations to operate is in order, and Hyundai has done the right thing by laying down a set of guidelines that workshops and dealerships have to follow across India.