Japanese Subaru is now joining the growing group of car manufacturers who have to cut production due to component shortages and covid-19-related problems at the supplier level.
Subaru’s management announces that it will have to reduce production by thousands of cars in Gunma, Japan, and Indiana, USA, due to a global shortage of so-called semiconductors. And according to a spokesperson, the problems may also affect February production.
Earlier, Nissan Motor, among others, flagged for reduced production of the Note model in Oppama, Japan, while Honda Motor last week warned that domestic production could be negatively affected by component shortages and followed up earlier this week by announcing that production in the UK will be stopped due to covid-19-related problems in the supply chain.
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