HYUNDAI MOTOR INDIA
Hyundai Motor exports over 5k units in May
Hyundai Motor India Ltd (HMIL) on Saturday said it has exported over 5,000 units this month after resuming production at its Chennai-based plant on May 8.
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Hyundai Motor India launches new version of mid-sized sedan Verna
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Three Hyundai India workers get coronavirus, showing restart risks
Test results of sixteen more workers who possibly came into contact with the infected employees are expected over the next two days, a senior government official told Reuters.
Maruti Suzuki and Hyundai Motor consider 2nd shift, even as vendors struggle to get back
Component makers are also working overtime to restart factories, but delays in getting approvals are causing hindrance in some states, especially in Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu that have the biggest automotive manufacturing hubs, industry insiders said. This, they said, could weigh on the plans of the automakers.
Hyundai reports nil sales in domestic market last month
Domestic sales stood nil last month amid nationwide lockdown due to COVID-19 pandemic, Hyundai Motor India said in a statement. The overseas dispatches took place by adhering to all guidelines set by government and export regulating authorities while ensuring adequate safety and protection for everyone, it added.
India's automakers warn of up to 45% sales drop as economy slumps amid pandemic
India's auto industry is already reeling, with sales of cars, SUVs, trucks and motorbikes falling 18% last fiscal year to 21.5 million vehicles due to an economic slowdown. The pandemic, which has seen businesses shuttered and people told to stay at home all over the world, is set to make things worse.
Hyundai to begin preparations to re-start production on May 6
As a responsible corporate citizen, the company has made comprehensive detail-oriented plans for the complete safety and sanitation of all its facilities inside the plant, to ensure the wellness of its employees, it added.
Covid-19 cases at factories don’t deter manufacturers
Several other manufacturers too said that even if there was an eventuality of employees testing positive, they will follow the standard operating procedures (SOP) and inform the local authorities, but production will continue.
Auto companies stare at bleak wholesale numbers in May
After zero sales in April, auto companies are going through a dull May.
Lockdown: Hyundai rolls out 200 vehicles from Chennai plant on first day of resuming operations
The auto major has commenced production at its Sriperumbudur factory in Tamil Nadu adhering to 100 per cent compliance of safety and social distancing norms, Hyundai Motor India said in a statement.
Hyundai sales fall 47 per cent in March
Domestic sales were down 40.69 per cent to 26,300 units as against 44,350 units in March 2019, the company added.
Automakers see massive drop in sales in March due to lockdown, BS-VI transition
Passenger vehicles' sales were affected by the COVID-19 outbreak and the subsequent nationwide lockdown, Tata Motors Passenger Vehicles Business Unit President Mayank Pareek said. Similarly, TKM said its domestic sales declined 45 per cent to 7,023 units last month as compared to 12,818 units in March 2019.
Auto companies may roll out incentives to draw customers
Dealerships are set to reopen this week amid relaxations in parts of the country since a nationwide lockdown was imposed on March 25.
Mahindra strengthens its hold over third slot behind Maruti, Hyundai
Mahindra & Mahindra retained its third spot in the Indian passenger vehicle market in the first nine months of 2019-20, and increased its lead over fourth-placed Tata Motors.
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