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Volvo Resumes Production at Its Factories Despite the Pandemic

The coronovirus has not become an obstacle to restart production at the Volvo’s plant in Torslanda, Sweden.

The main car assembly facility of Volvo Cars will resume operations tomorrow, on April 20. The decision was made after consultation with trade unions. At the same time, Volvo’s Swedish offices will begin working.

Before returning the staff, the plant and office premises have been thoroughly cleaned and disinfected in recent weeks. Besides, the staff will be measured the temperature and oxygen level in the blood at main entrances to the buildings.

Volvo’s authorized representatives inspected every workstation and every workplace. Where necessary, the company redesigned meeting rooms, office space and restaurants to ensure social distance.

In addition to the plant in Sweden, Volvo Cars is launching a plant in Belgian Ghent tomorrow. True, now we are talking about reduced manufacture.

As for the factory in South Carolina (USA), it is planned to open on May 11.

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