Automotive manufacturer Maruti Suzuki, India’s biggest carmaker, will close down its production units in Haryana to make oxygen accessible for hospital necessities, the organization said in a statement. Japanese company Suzuki Motor Corporation has likewise chosen to close down its production unit in Gujarat.
“In the current circumstance of Covid-19, we accept that all accessible oxygen gas ought to be utilized to save lives of the people. Likewise, the company has chosen to propel its maintenance closure, initially planned for June month, to first May to ninth May. Manufacturing in all plants will close for maintenance during this period. The organization has been told that Suzuki Motor Gujarat Private Limited has taken a similar choice for its industrial facility”.
“As a feature of the vehicle producing measure, the company utilizes a modest quantity of oxygen gas in its plants while moderately a lot bigger amounts are utilized by the carmakers of parts. In the current circumstance, we accept that all accessible oxygen gas ought to be utilized to save lives”.
Maruti Suzuki additionally stated that the semiconductor shortage problem keeps on being an issue and will be there for quite a while however it has not eliminated its Capital expenditures for the continuous monetary in spite of the difficulties of the coronavirus pandemic.
Other than the company, a few other companies have ventured up in the battle against Coronavirus. ITC Limited, Reliance Industries Limited, and Tata Steel Ltd have likewise declared their arrangements on how they will supply a huge amount of oxygen gas.
Indian public sector engineering and manufacturing company BHEL is likewise using its offices to compensate for the oxygen shortage in the country. Among new companies, food delivery companies Zomato and Indian fintech startup CRED have likewise joined the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.