Mazda extends downtime in the enterprise due to coronavirusFebruary 13, 2020
Downtime at Mazda in China will last until at least February 17th due to a decision by the corporation to extend an unscheduled interruption in the plant’s operations, which is associated with the coronavirus epidemic.
Initially, it was expected that the enterprises would start functioning on February 12, but due to the spread of the coronavirus COVID-2019 (the official name of the infection), some automakers decided to postpone the date of the launch of the enterprises.
Moreover, automobile enterprises outside the PRC also ceased to function – Hyundai became the first car concern to stop production at its South Korean plant. Then Kia decided to stop the 3 sites in South Korea.
It was previously noted that the South Korean division of Renault has plans to suspend the production of cars, while the FCA allows it to stop working at one of its own plants in Europe.
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