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Lava starts its manufacturing operations with minimum capacity, only 600 employees out of 3500 are working

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Lava resumes operations at Noida factory with 20 percent employees

new Delhi. Domestic mobile phone manufacturer Lava has resumed manufacturing operations with 20 percent capacity. Lava said in a statement that the company has resumed production at the manufacturing plant in Noida. The company is currently operating at 20 percent of its production capacity.

The company has got the permission of the state authorities for this. The company currently employs 600 employees out of 3,500. The plant was in operation after the government announced the lockdown. The company said it was meeting export commitments through its China plant during this time.

The government has allowed mobile phone companies to start operations in their factories, but companies are facing problems due to supply of components and availability of manpower. Lava Chief Manufacturing Officer Sanjeev Agarwal said that we welcome the government's decision to allow mobile phone companies to start operations. However, we are facing some challenges due to shortage of manpower and material.

Agarwal said that we have enough reserves for production in the initial phase. Aggarwal said that we hope to start production soon in factories supplying components.

This post was published on May 9, 2020 5:58 pm

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