Volkswagen Group suspends production in MexicoMarch 19, 2020
Audi said that its Q5 crossover in Mexico will no longer be produced from Monday due to a lack of parts caused by a global outbreak of coronavirus.
The automaker plans to resume production on April 13, according to a press release from Audi Mexico on Wednesday.
In addition to a shortage in its global supply chain, the company also said it has “a variety of difficulties” in delivering finished vehicles to their destination countries from a factory in Mexico in a timely manner.
According to him, some of the work of the enterprise will continue in accordance with strict protocols for the protection of coronavirus. Audi Mexico said that the plant employs 5,200 people and produces 150,000 units per year.
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