Hero Motocorp stated manufacturing dropped 10% in February as a consequence of coronovirus outbreak

by Jeremy Spirogis
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The nation's largest two-wheeler producer Hero MotoCorp stated on Friday that an outbreak of coronavirus (Kovid-19) in China has affected the provision of some parts, which may deliver down manufacturing by about 10% in February.

However, the corporate stated that wholesale distribution of automobiles to its sellers in the course of the month stays unaffected. <! –

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"The ongoing issue of coronovirus (Kovid-19) in China has affected the supply of certain components to our manufacturing facilities in India," Hero MotoCorp stated in an announcement. It additional added, "This is likely to affect our planned production for the month of February by about 10%."

The firm stated that any additional impression on its manufacturing would rely on the growing state of affairs in China.

"We want to continue to track developments and evaluate our options," he stated.

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