Starting July 1, all Volkswagen plants in Germany are operating at full capacity.July 2, 2020
Starting July 1, 2020, full Volkswagen shifts are introduced at all Volkswagen assembly plants in Germany. At the same time, in a number of factories, employees have long returned to normal operation.
The full scope of work from today is being restored, in particular, in the production of light commercial vehicles VW. According to the automaker himself, in Germany production capacities to this day have worked with a load of 75 to 95%.
After the temporary closure of the company’s assembly sites due to the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, a number of sites switched to part-time work. The VW plants in Dresden and Zwickau were the first to return to the natural production regime. Now it’s the turn of the plants in Wolfsburg, Braunschweig, Chemnitz, Emden, Hanover, Kassel and Osnabruck.
The concern notes that little by little there is a restoration of consumer demand for brand cars. This is due to the opening of dealerships and a number of concern programs to revive interest in their products.
At the same time, as a Volkswagen representative noted, assessing the further development of the situation remains difficult, the concern continues to closely monitor the situation in order to be able to respond to what is happening as necessary.
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