Kirloskar Motor (TKM) has decided to temporarily halt production in its plant
in Bidadi, Karnataka till further announcement. The decision was taken keeping
in mind the safety and security of the company’s employees, stakeholders and in
consideration of those currently dealing with COVID-19 outbreak.
TKM has also expanded ‘Work From Home’ for all its employees in its Regional
SBUs (Strategic Business Units) in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata & Bangalore.
These steps have been initiated keeping in mind the safety and well-being of
our employees. During these difficult times TKM will also work towards
minimizing any inconvenience being caused to its valued customers. Further, we
will continue to monitor the situation and take suitable decisions
accordingly,” the company stated in a press release.
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