Ferrari will resume production on April 14March 28, 2020
Initially, Ferrari planned to resume production on March 27.
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has forced car manufacturers around the world to suspend production, leading to a halt in the automotive industry. Ferrari announced on March 15 that it was shutting down its production facilities in Maranello and Modena to help reduce the spread of the virus, shortly after Lamborghini also announced the closure of its production facilities during the outbreak.
Initially, Ferrari planned to resume production on March 27, but these forecasts were too optimistic. As Italy is still closed, Ferrari has extended the closure of its plants for two weeks. The Italian automaker is now planning to resume production on April 14, but supply chain problems that prevent companies from building supercars like the Ferrari SF90 Stradale and Ferrari F8 Tributo could further increase the delay.
A statement by the Italian automaker said that all activities that can be carried out safely will continue, as in recent weeks. The company will also continue to cover all days of absence of employees who cannot work during an outbreak of coronavirus.
“Given the enormous uncertainty and lack of predictability that COVID-19 created, the company takes all necessary measures to ensure the well-being and well-being of its employees and is considered to be in the best interests of all interested parties. The company expects that it will be able to provide further financial advice to the investment community during a profit announcement for the first quarter of May 4, 2020, ”Ferrari said.
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