Volvo Cars suspends production at its factory in Torslanda, Sweden. This was reported on Monday by the Gothenburg-Posten newspaper.
Production will stop this week from Tuesday to Thursday. The reason is the lack of components. “This is due to problems with Chinese suppliers due to the coronavirus pandemic,” Ian Tonkin, a spokesman for the automaker, told the publication.
As previously reported by the company, deliveries are mainly related to semiconductors, which will affect production in the current quarter.
Volvo Cars is owned by Chinese company Geely, which bought the Swedish carmaker Ford Ford in 2010 for $ 1.8 billion.
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