Mazda extends plant downtime due to coronavirus

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Initially, the plants were supposed to start operating on February 12, but amid the situation with the spread of the coronavirus COVID-2019 (the official name for the infection caused by the 2019-nCoV virus), a number of companies decided to postpone the launch of conveyors. Moreover, car factories outside of China do not work – Hyundai became the first manufacturer to introduce an idle mode at an enterprise in South Korea. Following Kia stopped the work of three South Korean sites.

Earlier it was also reported that the South Korean division of Renault is considering the possibility of temporarily stopping the production of cars, and FCA (Fiat-Chrysler) allowed the possibility of introducing an idle mode at one of its European plants.

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