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These companies stopped production due to coronavirus
These companies stopped production due to coronavirus

Corona's havoc started from abroad and now it is visible in almost every district of the country, so necessary steps are being taken at every level to avoid its outbreak. In the meantime, two-wheeler manufacturer Suzuki Motorcycle India in Gurgaon, Haryana The manufacturing plant at Kherki Dhaula has stopped production till further information. Suzuki Motorcycle India Pvt Ltd (in a statement late Sunday) said that the decision to stop production has been taken in view of the COVID-19 epidemic and the precautionary steps taken in accordance with the instructions of the Haryana Government in this regard. The subject of the company's health and safety has stated that the first and foremost priority of the company is to ensure the health and safety of its employees and all stakeholders. And we are determined to take every possible step in that direction.

 TVS Motor has issued a statement telling them to stop the production, in this regard, the company says that in order to protect its employees from the coronavirus epidemic, it stopped production at all its plants for two days. Has been TVS Motor Company said in a statement that in view of COVID-19 and the safety of its employees, the company has decided to discontinue operations at all its manufacturing plants and offices for two days as an interim measure. The company said that it would take further steps after reviewing the situation.

Earlier, India's largest two-wheeler manufacturer Hero MotoCorp Ltd (HMCL) (Hero MotoCorp Ltd) has shut down operations of all its manufacturing and assembly plants including India, Colombia and Bangladesh by the end of this month. The company said that in view of the increasing new cases of coronavirus in India, the company's global parts center at Neemrana, Rajasthan would also remain closed during this period of shutdown.

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