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HMSI production returns to normal

According to a statement issued by Honda Motorcycle and Scooters India (HMSI), ongoing discussion over salary has been resolved at their Manesar plant and the daily production is now expected to return to normal.

As earlier reported, HMSI has lost Rs. 300 crores owing to this issue and now has a backlog of 1.4lakh vehicles.

With the labour issue now resolved, HMSI has also ramped up its production capacity to 15 lakh units a year and daily production is expected to touch 4,700 units.

In statement issued to the media, company said, “The ongoing negotiations with the labour union have progressed well. The long-term wage settlement (LTS) process has been concluded. The LTS was signed on October 28 by the management and union in the presence of the Labour Department. HMSI is now in full gear to achieve the production targets set for the current financial year. This will reduce the waiting period of Honda products and help the company to serve the customers in the best possible manner.”

So all those who have been waiting eagerly to take delivery of HMSI vehicles, you might just get the delivery of your vehicle soon.

One Comment

  1. who said waiting period ,its all created by the sales people at HMSI
    and cartel of dealers.for activa which is theonly selling Honda two wheeler in this country rest all the models have flopped

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