Nissan again forced to cut productionJune 20, 2020
The volume of production of Japanese-made cars will be reduced at three plants in connection with a drop in sales.
According to Reuters, Nissan is in a difficult situation – around the world the demand for cars is returning to pre-coronavirus values, but almost no one is interested in Nissan cars. Therefore, the company will have to get rid of unnecessary shifts at its three enterprises.
So, at the Oppama plant and production lines on the island of Kyushu, the company will cancel the night shift. In addition, enterprises will be shut down from June 29 to July 31. Sources say that the Kyushu plant, among other things, is experiencing a shortage of components, which will lead to the introduction of downtime from July 20 to July 31.
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