Suzuki to restart factory as pandemic expected to peak in Hungary
April 22 (Reuters) - Suzuki Motor Corp. <7269.T> says in an emailed statement::TO RESTART PRODUCTION AT HUNGARIAN PLANT ON APRIL 29 AFTER CORONAVIRUS SHUTDOWN.INITIALLY TO OPERATE ONE SHIFT PER DAY.TO RESTORE PRODUCTION GRADUALLY THEREAFTER.FACTORY REVAMPED PRODUCTION PROTOCOLS TO ENSURE SAFE WORKPLACE IN PANDEMIC.NEW SAFETY PROTOCOLS INCLUDE COMMUTE TO WORK FOR EMPLOYEES.HUNGARY GOVT EXPECTS PANDEMIC TO PEAK IN COMING WEEKS.
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