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Sundaram-Clayton declares three non-working days at its plants amid slowdown

Several automobile firms, including Maruti Suzuki India Ltd, Hero MotoCorp Ltd had also announced non-working days for their factories in the past due to the slowdown in the automobile sector.

Published: 27th December 2019 03:10 PM  |   Last Updated: 27th December 2019 03:10 PM   |  A+A-

Sundaram-Clayton Ltd campus. (Photo | Official website)

By PTI

CHENNAI: Auto-component maker Sundaram-Clayton Ltd on Friday said it has declared three days as non- working days following the business slowdown in the automobile industry.

"The company's major plants have declared December 28, 30 and 31 as non-working days due to business slowdown across sectors", the city-based TVS Group company said in a filing to the stock exchanges.

Several automobile firms, including Maruti Suzuki India Ltd, Hero MotoCorp Ltd had also announced non-working days for their factories in the past due to the slowdown in the automobile sector.

Early this month, commercial vehicle manufacturer Ashok Leyland had declared non-working days in a few plants to align production at its facilities in line with market demand. Shares of Sundaram-Clayton Ltd were trading at Rs 2,050 apiece in the BSE this afternoon.



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