Coronavirus impact: TVS Motor suspends production at all pants for two days to safeguard employees

TVS Motor Company would take further steps after reviewing the situation, it added.

Press Trust of India March 23, 2020 12:36:05 IST
Coronavirus impact: TVS Motor suspends production at all pants for two days to safeguard employees

New Delhi: Two-wheeler major TVS Motor Company on Monday said it is suspending production at all its plants for two days in order to safeguard its employees from the coronavirus pandemic.

"In view of COVID-19, and considering the safety and well being of its employees, the company as an interim measure has decided to shut operations at all its manufacturing facilities and offices for two days effective 23 March 2020," TVS Motor Company said in a statement.

The company would take further steps after reviewing the situation, it added.

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