Hero MotoCorp to resume the operations
The COVID-19 lockdown has taken a toll on the economy. The critical question here is how the economy will make a comeback.
However, this remains an important question. Multiple motorcycle manufacturers have already started there operations across the globe.
Few of them are M V Agusta, Bajaj and others have a plan to resume the operations in coming days, and few of them are in process to receive the permission from state authorities.
Hero MotoCorp has said they plan to start there operation from Wednesday.
The ideal plan to start the operations for Hero is with an output of about 15-20% with average monthly sales, given the fact that the entire supply chain is ready.
While many are likely to resume their operations post-May 11, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India plan to start in a few days. To understand their readiness, Honda Motorcycle has already reached out to there vendors.
Suzuki, Royal Enfield, Yamaha are likely to resume their operations in another week from now.
TVS will restart there five manufacturing plants from May 6 to May 20 with an expected output more than 1.25-1.5 lakh in May.
Hero MotoCorp will reinstate their operations in Dharuhera, Gurugram, Haridwar and Neemrana manufacturing plants. They are likely to open on Monday.
These operations will commence with limited staff, and all the COVID-19 related safety health measures are to be observed.
The remaining staff across various locations will continue to work from home until any further announcement.
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