Russian factories of Hyundai, Toyota and Nissan are ready to restart

The St. Petersburg companies of Hyundai, Toyota and Nissan will launch their conveyor belts at the end of March. This is in reference to the chairman of the city committee on industrial policy, innovation and trade Kirill Soloveychik reports “Business Petersburg”. Soloveichik expressed hope for a quick restart of all assembly lines, adding that one of the car plants is already working.

Recall that the conveyors of all three companies stopped at the end of February due to the increased shortage of components – the situation in Ukraine was superimposed on the already existing crisis of semiconductors. At one of the companies, Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Rus, they were supposed to return to assembly on March 9, but this never happened, according to the source.

On March 22, data showed that the Renault Moscow plant had resumed work, but stopped again two days later, as the French company itself announced the cessation of operations in Russia. The Ministry of Industry and Trade and AvtoVAZ (of which a significant part is in the hands of the French) responded and said they would look for ways out of the situation together.

  • In addition, the head of the Ministry of Industry and Trade, Denis Manturov, said on March 22 that car brands that had suspended their Russian factories at the beginning of April should finally decide whether to leave Russia or stay.
  • “Drive” can be seen on YouTube.

Collage: “Behind the wheel”

Source: Z R


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