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    Jawa, Forty Two, Perak supplies postponed due to COVID 19 pandemic

    Business aiming to boost production to 10,000 units a month. Until the situation in India has stabilized.

    Classic Legends Private Limited, the maker of Jawa Motorcycles–

    Jawa and Forty Two announced that the launch of the motorcycles. As it will postpone due to the production restrictions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

    The world is having a debilitating impact on parts production and supply chain management. Particularly in the case of carmakers. In addition to the postponed release of the Jawa and Forty Two. And Classic Legends have confirmed that the release of the Jawa Perak, their Bobber-style bike. And would not begin on April 2. As announced at the time of launch.

    Classic Legends claims that:

    Despite the massive demand for Jawa and Forty Two, the firm only had very little quantity of parts in operation. Currently, with the outbreak of Coronavirus and the consequent closure of factories in India. And China, production at its Pithampur plant has been hit hard.

    The business purchases components. Such as Nikasil coatings and LCD instrument cluster panels from Chinese suppliers. Regional hardware suppliers have also shut down plants. While India has switched to a full shutdown stage to deter the spread of coronavirus disease.

    At this point in time, these steps are important:

    But there is light ahead. Classic Legends has announced that, after successful efforts to minimize the spread of the virus in China without any new cases being identified. Chinese component manufacturers have started to release production schedules.

    Classic Legends also claims:

    That it plans to boost capacity to 10,000 motorcycles a month once manufacturing. And distribution in India has stabilized. Following this, the organization plans to reduce the waiting period for its bikes.

    Why coronavirus entered the global auto industry:

    Not a day passes without an automaker either stopping activities. Working with a reduced labor force to keep Coronavirus at bay. Indian manufacturers are following suit. As are their foreign counterparts.


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