- Scania to start with a test of production operations in Sweden and the Netherlands
- MAN Truck & Bus to resume work in stages, beginning on April 27
- VWCO to restart manufacturing from April 27 in Resende, Brazil
- Andreas Renschler, TRATON CEO: “We are concentrating fully on protecting our employees’ health and on sensibly limiting the economic consequences of the corona pandemic by carefully controlling the ramp up our production operations.”
The brands of the TRATON GROUP are ready to ramp up their plants
The brands of the TRATON GROUP are gradually restarting production operations that have been shut down since mid-March. Following the shutdown of production, Scania Vehicles & Services will initially test the stability of its supply chain and its production line processes on two business days that will be carried out at a reduced tempo while adhering to health-protection requirements. Scania’s production sites in France and Brazil will begin to ramp up their operations a week later. MAN Truck & Bus will restart its bus and truck production step by step, beginning on April 27. Volkswagen Caminhões e Ônibus will put the assembly lines of its main plant in Resende, Brazil, back into operation beginning on April 27. The VWCO plant in Queretaro, Mexico, is scheduled to reopen on May 4.