Volkswagen resumed operation of an automobile plant in GermanyApril 27, 2020
On April 27, the German automaker resumed operation of several of its enterprises, including the Wolfsburg plant.
A little earlier, conveyors were launched in the European cities of Zwickau and Bratislava. And now it became known about the launch of the largest production site in Europe.
So, in the German city of Wolfsburg, the Volkswagen company resumed operation, which was idle due to an outbreak of coronavirus. The company noted that by the end of this week they will start production of 1.4 thousand cars, and next week it is planned to assemble another 6 thousand cars.
Like many European automakers, Volkswagen has stepped up coronavirus prevention. The staff will be daily measured temperature, and will also be distributed medical masks. In addition, the plant will strengthen the sanitation of industrial premises, offices and toilets.
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