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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, India is facing a nationwide lockdown till May 17. Businesses across the country were suspended due to the social distancing norms. However, the Government has come up with some rules and regulations under which the organisations can restart their operations.
Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. has restarted production at its Manesar facility after almost 50 days and as of now, they will operate just one shift at their production hub near Gurgaon. They have also re-opened 600 dealerships after the government put an ease on the lockdown and all the dealerships will have to follow the guidelines for everyone's safety.
Other than Manesar, the company also has a plant in Gurgaon and Gujarat, which will remain shut for the time being. The Manesar plant alone can produce up to 5,000 units in a single day with full staff. This plant is used for the manufacturing of the Dzire, WagonR, S-presso, Ciaz and Ertiga.
Speaking about restarting of production, a press statement by Maruti said, "All activities would be carried out strictly in accordance with the government regulations and guidelines and observing the company's own concern for the highest standards of safety."
Kenichi Ayukawa, Managing Director and CEO, Maruti Suzuki India Ltd, stated, "All our dealerships have put in place steps to ensure complete safety, hygiene and sanitisation of all touch points. The steps are aimed at removing hesitation on the part of buyers to visit showrooms to take delivery of vehicles. The SoP designed by the company encapsulates all the facets of customer interactions. From the time a customer walks into the showroom till the final delivery of the vehicle, all processes have been scientifically studied."
Shashank Srivastava, Executive Director, Marketing and Sales, Maruti Suzuki India Ltd, has commented, "Over the last few days we have been able to make 600-odd dealerships operational across the country."
Not only Maruti Suzuki, but other manufacturers like Mercedes-Benz, Royal Enfield, Hyundai, JK Tyre and many more have recently resumed operations following the strict guidelines put forward by the Government.
Thoughts About Maruti Suzuki Restarting Operations
As we told you that businesses across the country had to stop due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which has affected the country's economy a lot. It's really good news that the Government has put down new rules and regulations for the companies to restart operations.