With the one-month maintenance completed, the Mercedes plant in Kecskemét will be restarted on Sunday, but since there is no part made in Japan, production will stop again on Wednesday – baon.hu.
On December 18, production was halted at the Mercedes plant in Kecskemét, as rebuilding operations were being carried out in addition to regular maintenance work, so a production break was planned until January 17. baon.hu informations According to Mercedes-Benz Manufacturing Hungary Kft. , Will be followed by another lockdown on Wednesday due to no part made in Japan.
There are difficulties in moving the missing part around the world, but by working closely with our suppliers, they are constantly monitoring and analyzing the situation, as they wrote to the portal.
The company said in its response that it was still too early to make predictions about specific long-term impacts. The plant will start production as scheduled on Sunday, January 17th, with the night shift, then halt production for about a week and a half, between January 20 (Wednesday evening) and January 30, due to the supplier’s difficulties mentioned above.
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