The company has decided to expand its manufacturing facilities, shutdowns at its Global Parts Center, to break the Corona chain.
The country’s top two-wheeler manufacturer Hero MotoCorp said on Saturday that it had sold 3,72,285 units in the last month, 35 percent less than the 5,76,957 units dispatched in March this year. The company said that sales in April were suppressed due to the impact of the second wave of COVID-19 due to plant operations in several key areas in India and the temporary closure of retail outlets.
The April 2021 sales numbers were not comparable to the same month in the previous year (April 2020), as no vehicle was manufactured nor dispatched to dealers due to the nationwide lockdown following the COVID-19 outbreak. In such a situation neither there was any increase in sales nor in new figures.
The company further said that with its commitment to the safety and well-being of its people and to break the chain of coronovirus, it has decided to expand its manufacturing facilities across India, to shutdown at its Global Parts Center. Let us know that the plant operation will be resumed from May 10.
Hero MotoCorp temporarily halted plant operations from April 22 to May 1, in view of the rapid increase in the spread of COVID-19 across the country. All corporate offices of the company are working from work to home mode and very few associates are allowed in offices on rotation basis for continuity of essential services. The company is constantly monitoring the situation and is aiming to make up for the loss of production during the remaining quarter.
Planning to capture the electric two-wheeler market
Let us know that to capture the electric two wheeler market, the company has made a new plan. Hero MotoCorp has partnered with Gogoro Inc. of Taiwan for cooperation in the electric mobility sector. Gogoro Urban is the global leader in battery swapping and smart mobility innovation.
Under this partnership, the two companies will launch a battery swapping joint venture. In addition, Gogoro Inc.’s flagship battery interchange platform will be brought to India. In addition, the two companies will also cooperate in the development of electric vehicles. Under this, Hero’s brand and Gogoro’s networked vehicles will be brought into the market.
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