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Maruti Suzuki was among the first vehicle manufacturers to announce the restart of operations in the country. The company received the approval to restart production operations from the government and other local authorities as well.
The state and central government post the 4th of May 2020, also allowed vehicle dealerships and other businesses in the green zones across India to resume operations. Now, according to reports from ET Auto, Maruti Suzuki has delivered 1,600 units since the restart.
Most of these deliveries are from the bookings made before the lockdown. The cars delivered by Maruti Suzuki were mainly from the stocks left in their inventory, manufactured prior to the start of lockdown.
The country entered a nationwide lockdown on the 24th of March, 2020. The lockdown was initially supposed to end on the 14th of April, however, was extended twice and is now scheduled to end on the 17th of May.
The central and state government, however, have allowed industries situated in the green zones to resume partial operations from the 4th of May 2020. This decision to slowly restart operations is to help build up the Indian economy, which has taken a massive hit due to the 40-day shutdown.
Apart from Maruti Suzuki, almost all major vehicle manufacturers, both four and two-wheelers are slowly resuming operations. This includes both production processes and sales & service operations at dealerships.
Businesses are ensuring that they are adhering to all the guidelines set by the government. This includes all safety, social distancing and personal hygiene protocols. Companies are also setting up their own safety measures as well, to ensure the safety of both their employees and customers alike.
Other safety measures also include companies bringing only essential staff members back to work. The remaining employees will continue to work from home until further notice.
Thoughts About Maruti Suzuki Delivering 1600 Cars Since The Restart Of Operations
Maruti Suzuki is just one of many such vehicle manufacturers which have resumed operations in India. The restart of businesses and operations in India will help the country slowly build back its economy, which has taken a massive hit. Although, with the COVID-19 threat still at large and big uncertainty in the coming months, it will take a long time to achieve normalcy.