COVID 19: FCA aims to resume production in North America after April 14

Published On : 08 April 2020
By Tarashekhar Padhy



FCA had stopped manufacturing at its North American plant as the unfold of the COVID-19 virus reached alarming levels. The corporation even stopped production at its India plant. But now, there's speculation for the North American marketplace as it is probable that the organization will kick start operations by April 14, 2020. However, the organization continues to take essential steps to help flatten the curve of the spread of COVID-19 and place the health and protection of their workforce, and the groups where we live and work, with utmost priority.


FCA production plants throughout the U.S. And Canada, as well as headquarters operations and construction projects, are intended to remain closed till April 14, structured upon the diverse states' stay-in-vicinity orders and the readiness of each facility to go back to production. The Mopar Parts Distribution Centers, which have been deemed important to retaining first responders and commercial motors at the road, will continue to perform with paid volunteers. The popularity of manufacturing for FCA's Mexico operations could lead to a situation for a separate announcement.


The business enterprise maintains to work collaboratively with the UAW and Unifor to enlarge upon the extensive program of cleaning and social distancing protocols that have already got been implemented across all of our centers to safeguard our employees.