Chinese EV maker Neo says it is slowly resuming production after the Kovid stops

In February 2020, Neo Hefei received a lifeline of financial support led by the city government, where the electric car start-up has set up its China headquarters.

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BEIJING – Chinese electric car company Neo said Thursday it was slowly resuming production at a facility a few hours west of Shanghai. After a temporary cessation of activities due to covid outbreak.

Nio said Saturday that it has suspended production Later Covid-related restrictions Inside Hebei, near Changchun and Beijing in northern China. Stop Suppliers factory production. The The company later It said it would raise the price of its SUV in May due to higher raw material prices.

Now, The Supply chain problems There has been little recovery, the company says, and Hefei’s production base is slowly resuming production. It has been mentioned That Future production plans still depend on its supply chain recovery.

Over the past few weeks, mainland China’s worst outbreak of covid has led to travel bans and lockdowns from the eastern metropolis of Shanghai to the northern province of Jilin. Where There is an auto factory in the capital Changchun.

German automaker Volkswagen said on Thursday it had closed its factories in Changchun and Shanghai.

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