This company started functioning at its plant with Corona safety regulations
This company started functioning at its plant with Corona safety regulations

Hyundai, the world's leading and stylish vehicle manufacturer, has resumed its Chennai-based plant and will start production from May 6, 2020. The second car manufacturer in the Indian market is doing all the necessary work for car production in the coming weeks and during this time full attention will also be given to safety. Hyundai has taken this step after the country's government gave some relief in lockdown to keep the economy at some level again. The government has announced relief in some parts of the country, which have been divided into green and orange zones. The carmaker is thinking of making around 12,000 to 13,000 units this month.

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In a statement regarding the matter, the company stated that "Hyundai Motor India Ltd (HMIL) has planned to restart work at the Irungattukottai based plant from May 6, 2020, while following the guidelines set by the government officials. As a responsible corporate, Hyundai has made necessary plans for the safe and sanitizing of everything inside the plant for the benefit of its employees. Hyundai centre and went to fix by local authorities with the state safety guidelines will work with acknowledging fully. "

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While doing the initial work in the Irungattukottai based plant, Hyundai will follow all the necessary guidelines issued by the government. The company has taken several steps to maintain its plant and social distancing to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Hyundai has also released special safety rules and guidelines for its sales and service outlets keeping in mind the safety of customers and dealership employees. Hyundai, like other carmakers, had stopped all types of operations from March 22, following the lockdown. This was done due to the steps taken by the country's government to stop the deadly Covid-29 epidemic from spreading. As the government has extended the lockdown till May 17, there has been a lot of relaxation in the middle of this.

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