Yamaha Motor has announced that production at its plants in Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh has been temporarily halted. Manufacturing will be temporarily halted between the 15th and 31st of May, 2021. After reviewing the growing number of COVID-19 cases in the region, the company took the decision.
The organization has taken action to aid in the battle against COVID-19 and to break the transmission chain. According to the company’s press release, it will continue to work closely with its distributors and suppliers to minimize the effects of the outage. The organization will also concentrate on stock optimization. Employees at the corporate and regional offices will operate from home during this period.
To ensure the well-being of all workers, the organization is focusing on improving health monitoring, expediting vaccinations, routine sanitization at plant premises and workplaces, and HR policies to care for the impacted employees and their families.
In addition to Yamaha Motor India, Hero MotoCorp has announced that its temporary manufacturing suspension will be extended. The suspension of manufacturing at Hero MotoCorp’s plants has been extended by one week, and the Indian two-wheeler manufacturer will resume operations on May 17, 2021.
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