Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Automotive industry resumes work in Aguascalientes

Under protocols and sanitation measures, Nissan reincorporates more than 4,000 employees.

Nissan’s A2 plant started operations 100% yesterday and announced the resumption of shipments to the United States, thereby reactivating the local, national and international economy. In addition, the manufacture of safety equipment, N95 masks and surgical masks for its personnel will begin.

This was reported in the supervisory visit that was carried out by the Governor, Martín Orozco Sandoval, in order to verify that the proper sanitation and hygiene protocols were carried out for the safe return to his operations. Orozco Sandoval thanked the Nissan company in Aguascalientes for its sensitivity and sense of social responsibility. The entity’s governor explained that the effects of the coronavirus pandemic (Covid-19) will affect the economy of Mexico and the world, so the commitment to workers, who are the driving force behind development, is to protect their health and that of their families, parallel to guaranteeing their livelihood.

The Governor recalled that 12 thousand direct and indirect jobs depend on Nissan plants in the entity, which have been detained since March 25, due to the health contingency derived from the epidemic. However, he mentioned, thanks to the precision in the design and management of sanitary protocols, yesterday more than 4 thousand people were able to return to their work.

At the time, Armando Ávila Moreno, vice president of Nissan Mexicana, commented that it was a great challenge for the company to ensure that 100% of the employees who returned to work had everything they needed to leave their homes, prepared with the measures that they will continue from now on. In addition, Ávila Moreno assured that in these weeks the employees organized to make the donation of 1,200 pantries. On the part of the company, protection equipment was granted for the Health sector, which underlines the company’s sense of social responsibility.

Source: El Universal


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