Nissan will completely stop its activities in AmericaDecember 9, 2019
The company will suspend work for two days (January 2-3, 2020) in order to reduce costs. This was reported in a note sent out to all employees this week. For these days, the company will not pay salaries, as well as save on travel expenses.
Nissan will stop all operations in the US in January for two days to cut costs. José Waltz, chairman of Nissan North America, said the facility would be closed for two days.
“Despite the fact that we have made some positive progress, Nissan’s performance has not met our expectations,” Valles writes. “I understand that this news can be troubling and affect your personal life and families.” However, a Nissan spokeswoman said the company is not planning layoffs right now.
Moreover, the stop will affect the entire enterprise as a whole: the company’s headquarters in Nashville, the financial division of Nissan Motor Acceptance Corp, as well as a plant in Tennessee and a plant in Canton, Mississippi. Infiniti will also be halted for two days, as will the Nissan Engineering Center in Farmington Hills, the San Diego Design Studio, and numerous offices throughout the country.
The decision on the need to reduce costs was made after the unsuccessful November 2019. Nissan sales in the local market fell by 13% and fell to 83,562 cars. Demand for Infiniti fell to 9,385 vehicles and fell 33%.
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