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Daimler India shuts bus and truckmaking unit for 3 days on parts shortage

Daimler said it is supporting its employees with its health programmes, adding that it will pay workers their full salaries for the non-production period

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Reuters  |  CHENNAI 

By Sudarshan Varadhan and Aditi Shah CHENNAI (Reuters) - Daimler's Indian plant has shut its bus and truckmaking unit for three days because of parts shortages caused by lockdown restrictions across the country, a company spokesman said on Tuesday. "Daimler India Commercial Vehicles (DICV) has declared a non-production day for June 1 'til June 3, 2021, due to temporary parts shortages caused by lockdown restrictions," the spokesman said in a statement. The plant is the first near India's Chennai automotive manufacturing hub to order a temporary shutdown ...

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First Published: Tue, June 01 2021. 17:18 IST