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Volvo Cars reopens Torslanda manufacturing plant and offices in Sweden

Christian Fernsby ▼ | April 21, 2020
Volvo Cars is restarting production at its Torslanda plant in Sweden on Monday following a short period of downtime related to the coronavirus pandemic.
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The company, which has taken the decision to reopen following a dialogue with relevant labour unions, will also welcome back office workers to its Swedish offices on Monday. Both the plant and offices have been prepared in recent weeks to be as safe as possible for people to return in a way that safeguards their health.

Topics: Volvo Sweden

A constant, close dialogue with all partners and suppliers aims to secure continued production amid ongoing yet reducing disruptions in the supply chain. Production volumes in Torslanda will be adjusted to meet demand in the market as well as existing order books.

Before the return of staff on Monday, all facilities have been cleaned extensively, while sanitation and cleaning routines have been intensified and voluntary temperature and pulse oximeter* checks will be offered at main entrances.