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Bosch India to stop engine production to adjust with market demand

In August, the company had announced that it will temporarily stop production at its two plants separately during the month for a total of 13 days to "avoid unnecessary build-up of inventory"

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

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Shares of Bosch on Friday ended 2.88 per cent down to Rs 13,165.75 apiece on the BSE.

Auto components major on Friday said it will suspend production at its powertrain solution division manufacturing plants for up to 10 days per month during the third quarter (October-December) in order to adjust production to market demand.

"In order to align production with sales requirements, the company at its various plants belonging to powertrain solutions division would continue to observe no-production days ranging up to 10 days per month per plant during the third quarter of the 2019-20 fiscal," Ltd said in a regulatory filing.

In August, the company had announced that it will temporarily stop production at its two plants separately during the month for a total of 13 days to "avoid unnecessary build-up of inventory".

The company had suspended production at the Gangaikondan plant in Tamil Nadu for five days in August. It had also suspended manufacturing activity at Nashik plant in Maharashtra for eight days during the same month.

Earlier, the company had suspended all manufacturing operations at its plant at Bidadi for three days from August 1-3. In July, had suspended production at Jaipur and Bidadi plants for one day each.

Shares of Bosch on Friday ended 2.88 per cent down to Rs 13,165.75 apiece on the BSE.

First Published: Fri, October 04 2019. 17:25 IST
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