Tata Motors reopens all manufacturing units in India

With the nation trying to come back to life during lockdown 5.0, or Unlock 1.0 as it is being called, Tata Motors too has sprung back into action. The company on Tuesday announced in a regulatory filing that they have resumed operations across all their manufacturing units in India.

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As per the regulatory filing, the company said that the operations have been restarted at all plants, along with the Jamshedpur facility getting the required approvals on May 27.

The company said, “From supply side, 90 per cent of suppliers in commercial vehicle segment have received permissions to commence.”

Tata Motors was quick to add that out of this 90%, only 60% of them have been able to start supplies.

Approximately 59% of the company’s passenger vehicle showrooms have gone back to being operational, that covers 69% of the retail market. Moreover, around 80% of the dealer workshops and Tata authorised Service Stations have begun their operations for commercial vehicles. 69% of the workshops have resumed operations for passenger vehicles.

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