Royal Enfield Temporarily Halts Manufacturing At Its Chennai Plants


Royal Enfield has announced that its manufacturing activities in Chennai will be temporarily halted from May 13 to May 16, 2021. The company will conduct maintenance at its manufacturing plants during this period.

Royal Enfield does not expect any major effect on its ability to meet demand, despite the fact that local lockdowns are in place across states and Union Territories and are affecting retail operations. Three RE plants are located in Chennai, one each in Thiruvottiyur, Oragadam, and Vallam Vadagal.

Royal Enfield said that it will continue to closely monitor developments and take necessary measures as the situation develops.

All dealerships in India have been advised to obey local regulations and administrative orders by the corporation. Until further notice, all other Royal Enfield staff, including those in the corporate offices in Chennai and Gurgaon, will continue to operate from home.

In other news, the company recently began operations in Singapore by opening a new flagship store on Ubi Road in the city. The RE Interceptor 650, Continental GT 650, Himalayan, and Classic are among the Royal Enfield motorcycles on display at the new Royal Enfield Singapore outlet.

The Royal Enfield Singapore outlet also stocks the full range of authentic Royal Enfield motorcycle parts, as well as clothing and riding shoes. The updated Himalayan and the latest Meteor 350 have both been marketed as global models, and will definitely meet the needs of Asian motorcyclists. 

Get more stuff like this
in your inbox

Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.

Thank you for subscribing.

Something went wrong.