India’s largest car manufacturer Maruti Suzuki will restart operations at its Gurugram plant in Haryana on Monday after concerning fifty-five days of closure because of the coronavirus-led lockdown, the company informed BSE.
The company in an exceedingly letter to BSE said that it would “..restart production of vehicles at Gurugram plant on eighteenth May. All activities are going to be meted out strictly in accordance with government rules and pointers.”
The Gurgaon facility rolls out the models as like S-Cross, Vitara Brezza, Ignis, and Super Carry light commercial vehicles. whereas it produces high selling models like Alto, Swift, Dzire, S-Presso, Ertiga, and Baleno from the Manesar plant.
With this, Maruti Suzuki will restart operations of its second plant within the fourth phase of the nationwide lockdown, which has considerably impacted economic activity. Last week, the car manufacturer opened the Manesar plant on a shift basis.
However, the company is nonetheless to urge permission for its Gujarat plant because it comes beneath a containment zone.