Suzuki Ltd, the country’s largest car manufacturer has decided to close
production at its plants in Haryana following the Government policy that now
requires closure of such production facilities across the state.
Company will shut production and office operations at its facilities in
Gurugram and Manesar, Haryana with immediate effect till further notice. The
R&D Centre at Rohtak will also remain closed, the company stated in a
release. The duration of this shutdown will depend upon Government policy.
Maruti Suzuki has been taking all recommended precautions in its operations
against the spread of COVID-19, which includes sanitisation and hygiene,
temperature checks, maximizing video-conferencing and minimizing contact,
closing employee travel, health and distancing advisories to employees and
following all government directions on the subject, the release further added.
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