Home Business BMW India Chennai plant resumes native manufacturing

BMW India Chennai plant resumes native manufacturing

SHARE


BMW India resumes local production at Chennai plant
Picture Supply : TWITTER @BMWINDIA

BMW India resumes native manufacturing at Chennai plant

German luxurious automobile maker BMW on Thursday mentioned it has commenced operations on the Chennai plant in accordance with the rules issued by native authorities. The remaining staff would proceed to make money working from home, BMW India mentioned in an announcement.

The corporate additionally acknowledged that the BMW, MINI and BMW Motorrad dealerships throughout the nation would restart the operations in adherence to native authorities directives.

“BMW Group India began operations at Chennai plant in the present day (Could 7) in accordance with pointers issued by native authorities. Native manufacturing on the plant will probably be began with lower than 50 per cent of normal workforce”, the corporate mentioned in an announcement.

Noting that the opposite staff would proceed to make money working from home, the corporate mentioned, the plant will resume operations in single shift.

“Relying on the pandemic state of affairs and authorities advisories, deployment of workers will probably be adjusted steadily”, it mentioned.

The Chennai plant has carried out precautionary measures to create a secure working atmosphere together with transforming of plant structure, making certain social distancing, particular person protecting gear, staggered lunch schedules amongst others.

Workers of BMW India Monetary Companies, Nationwide Gross sales Firm based mostly out of the BMW Group India headquarters in Gurugram will proceed to make money working from home, the assertion mentioned.

Latest Business News

Fight against Coronavirus: Full coverage



LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here