The Tesla Giga Factory in Shanghai, China, will be closed for one more day due to the growing number of Kovid-19 cases. In a company memo obtained by Bloomberg, Tesla on Sunday told its employees to stay home the next day to comply with restrictions imposed in the city. Read more – Tesla delivered more than one million cars in 2021
An earlier Reuters report indicated that the automaker aimed to resume production at its Shanghai factory on Monday, March 4, as it expected its first batch of workers to be released from lockdown due to a sudden increase in the Covid-19 case. In the country. Read also – Spotify Launches Promised COVID-19 Content Advisory for All Users
But now, plans to open the Shanghai plant have been scrapped and there is no word on when the company plans to resume production. Read also – Tesla to shut down Chinese factories in the wake of Kovid expansion: report
Tesla shut down its Shanghai Gigafactory, which manufactures cars for the Chinese market, after the Chinese government introduced a two-stage lockdown on the Tesla Gigafactory, east of the Huangpu River in Shanghai. At the time, Tesla aimed to shut down the plant for only four days. However, plans had to be extended for two more days on Friday and Saturday after local authorities extended strict restrictions on traffic in the eastern part of the city. Until Monday, Tesla’s Shanghai factory was closed for a week. Earlier, Tesla shut down its Gigafactory for two days on March 16 and March 17 because the country imposed restrictions on the spread of the Covid-19 within its borders.
It was a * remarkably * tough quarter due to supply chain disruptions and China’s zero coveted policy.
The outstanding work of the Tesla team and key suppliers saved the day.
– Elon Musk (lonelonmusk) April 2, 2022
Separately, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said in a tweet that China’s zero-cavity policy had made the first quarter “extraordinarily difficult.” “It was a * remarkably * tough quarter due to supply chain disruptions and China’s zero coveted policy … the outstanding work of the Tesla team and key suppliers saved the day,” he wrote in a tweet.