Mazda Stops Asian, Japanese and Mexican Production

Mazda Corporate has announced plans (24 March) to suspend production for 13 days and operate daytime-only shifts for eight days at the Hiroshima Plant and Hofu Plant from March 28 to April 30. Mazda intends to transfer part of the production originally scheduled for this period to the second quarter of the fiscal year ending March 2021 or later as it monitors how the situation develops.

Outside Japan, Mazda de Mexico Vehicle Operation, the production site in Mexico, will shut down for approximately 10 days, beginning March 25, and AutoAlliance (Thailand) Co., Ltd., the production site in Thailand, will suspend production for approximately 10 days, beginning March 30.

During this period, administrative operations will be undertaken as usual.

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