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Maruti Suzuki and Toyota have reopened all manufacturing plants in India. Maruti Suzuki has resumed its Gujarat operations from May 25 and Toyota has restarted production at Bidadi plant in Bangalore on May 26.


Maruti Suzuki

Maruti Suzuki resumed operations at its Manesar plant in the first week of May. At Gurgaon plant, operations resumed in the prior week. 


Maruti has three manufacturing units in India with an annual production capacity of 1,700,000 units. The company has received the local authorities’ nod to resume work at the latest plant in Gujarat. The plant has an annual capacity of 250,000 units and has a plan to ramp up capacity to 450,000 per year. 



Toyota Kirloskar Motor resumed operation at Bidadi plant in Karnataka on May 26 following suspended production for over two months under the lockdown. The production will be resumed in a phased manner and gradual ramp-up will take place, said the company.


The plant has an annual production capacity of 310,000 units. The company also stated that approximately 75pc of its suppliers have also resumed operations and the remaining are preparing to do the same. Toyota Kirloskar has two manufacturing plants in Karnataka, both are operational. 

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