ŠKODA AUTO to resume supplies to international markets

Published: 27.04.2020 Related countries:  South Africa South Africa

ŠKODA AUTO to resume supplies to international markets

Czech automaker ŠKODA AUTO’s dealerships are gradually reopening across Europe, and by successively resuming production as of April 27, 2020, the automaker is also taking the next important step in order to be able to internationally deliver vehicles to the markets again. This was stated by Bernhard Maier, the chairman of the board of directors of ŠKODA AUTO. According to board of directors member Michael Oeljeklaus, the automaker was safeguarding its supply chains and also looked at the opportunities for its members of staff who commute to work across borders during the shutdown. Bohdan Wojnar, ŠKODA AUTO Board Member for Human Resources, pointed out that ŠKODA AUTO will see the introduction of more than 80 concrete precautions applicable to all factory premises and office buildings in order to protect its workforce once operations have resumed.