Daimler will place up to eighteen,five hundred Mercedes-Benz employees in Germany on limited-time do the job thanks to a global scarcity of chips.
Vegetation in Bremen and Rastatt will be affected, the enterprise mentioned on Wednesday.
“At the moment, there is a throughout the world provide scarcity of sure semiconductor components,” mentioned a spokeswoman. “We continue to play factors by ear. The problem is volatile, so it is not probable to make a forecast about the effects.”
The transfer will interrupt output at the factories but allow for workforce working on unique jobs to continue. It will acquire outcome starting on April 23 for 1 7 days, initially.
The factory in Bremen, which has twelve,000 employees, is the global guide output site for the Mercedes C-Course, the automaker’s very best-marketing model, and also the principal output plant for the GLC crossover. The factory also builds the EQC whole-electric powered crossover.
About 6,five hundred employees are utilized at the Rastatt plant, which is the global guide plant for compact cars and trucks including the A-Course, B-Course and GLA.