view of the escalating COVID-19 situation and to ensure safety and well-being
of all its associates, Honda Cars India Ltd. has informed its associates and
suppliers that production operations at both its manufacturing plants in
Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh and Tapukara, Rajasthan will be temporarily
suspended from March 23 to till March 31, 2020.
Associates working in corporate offices, including zonal and regional locations
for all functions will primarily work from home, except for those involved in
running essential services that require physical presence or minimal staffing
for a few critical activities while abiding by the government regulations.
company’s leadership will closely review the situation and the next course of
action will be taken accordingly. The current intention is to restart
production on April 1, 2020. However, this will be dependent upon advice from Government
/ health authorities, and market and supply conditions, the HCIL release
risk management committee has been monitoring the situation for the last
several weeks and implementing multiple preventive measures in all its office
and manufacturing premises to ensure safety and well-being of all associates
while increasing awareness at individual level to help contain the spread of
the virus. All Honda dealerships across India have also been asked to implement
mandatory protocol while interacting with customers for prevention of the virus
Nakanishi, President & CEO, Honda Cars India said, “In these trying times,
health, safety and well-being of our associates, their families and community
at large is of utmost importance. We standby them during this tough phase and
urge everyone to take all possible measures to prevent COVID-19 from spreading
further. Social distancing is the need of the hour. We can overcome the
pandemic if we collectively show restraint, resolution and responsibility.”
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