Harley-Davidson resumes motorcycle production after 2 months of downtimeMay 23, 2020
Harley-Davidson enterprises will resume production in America after a 2-month interruption due to the coronavirus infection of one of the employees at the Menomoni Falls factory in Wikonsin.
According to the Associated Press portal on Friday, May 22, the company’s sales volume decreased during the pandemic period. The Menomoni Falls plant will be fully operational next week.
Of course, coronavirus infection will force us to organize the production process in such a way as to ensure conditions for the social distance of workers and constant disinfection of jobs.
“Harley-Davidson began to gradually resume the production of bikes in its own factories, taking into account the recommendations of the health services,” the corporation said.
Harley-Davidson is America’s largest motorcycle company. In the early 2000s, the corporation began to increase production volumes, bringing their number in the year before last to 246,000 units.
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