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Nissan Plans Work Stoppages In Mexico In June Due To Chip Shortage

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Nissan’s Aguascalientas Plant 1 will shut down for seven days in June, while the same facility’s Plant 2 will close for one day in the month.


Nissan's Aguacalientes Plant 1 assembles Nissan's Versa, Kicks and March models
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Nissan’s Aguacalientes Plant 1 assembles Nissan’s Versa, Kicks and March models

Japanese automaker Nissan will carry out temporary work stoppages at three Mexican plants for several days in June because of production adjustments needed to manage a shortage of semiconductor chips, the company said on Friday.

Nissan’s Aguascalientas Plant 1 will shut down for seven days in June, while the same facility’s Plant 2 will close for one day in the month. The company did not give details of which days.

Also Read: Renault-Nissan To Shut South India Plant Until May 30: Report​

Meanwhile, the company said its CIVAC plant in Morelos state will temporarily halt operations for seven days in June. It also did not specify the dates.

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The company said its CIVAC plant in Morelos state will temporarily halt operations for seven days in June

“We will continue to making adjustments to our production process in order to minimize impacts to the auto industry both locally and globally,” the company said in a brief statement to Reuters, adding that it will work to recover lost production.

Also Read: Renault-Nissan Workers In India To Strike Over COVID Fears​

The Aguacalientes Plant 1 assembles Nissan’s Versa, Kicks and March models, Plant 2 puts together the Sentra, while the CIVAC facility makes pickup trucks including the Frontier.

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During the first four months of this year, Nissan was Mexico’s second-biggest auto assembler after General Motors, according to data from national statistics agency INEGI.

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