After the closure of northern Italy. Pierer’s international Mattighofen plant will go on a two week holiday, spelling future supply issues for KTM India.
Piere Mobility- the parent company of KTM, Husqvarna, and GasGas-has just announced a two-week holiday at its Mattighofen factory in Austria from 30 March to 10 April. This has presumably arisen from a part supply disruption due to the full breakdown in northern Italy.
Sources tell us that India could affect. As some KTM components and new models for Husqvarna come from that area. There is some stock ready in India as things stand. But if the shutdown persists unabated. So, we may see supply difficulties for some 390 and 250 models.
The fuel tank of the 390 Adventure is ostensibly from Italy. As are the ECUs for the 390 and 250 models. As we understand it, supply from both KTM and Husqvarna for these models that soon be reduced. It will not impact just the 125cc and 200cc models.
Pierer Mobility says these steps placed in order to prevent unnecessary market interruptions. Ensures that the production and availability of replacement parts worldwide will not be affected.
The release goes on to state that all models guaranteed. So, availability in the worldwide dealer network for the’ coming start of the season.
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The factories KTM, Husqvarna, and GasGas would be closed for two weeks. So, the decision by KTM’s parent firm, Pierer Mobility AG.
Pierer Mobility AG, KTM’s parent company, has taken the decision. The closure will hit KTM, Husqvarna, and GasGas. The first motorcycle companies to shutter their factory assembly line. So, the output will halt for two weeks, from 30 March 2020 to 10 April 2020. So, Due to questions about coronavirus transmission.