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Tesla Teams (Globally) Are Working Hard For The Quarter End Push

by Eva Fox June 27, 2020

Tesla Teams (Globally) Are Working Hard For The Quarter End Push

Ends 2Q 2020 and Tesla will intensify the delivery of vehicles to its customers. By tradition, any interested member of the Tesla Club can join this process and help the new owners to pick up their car as soon as possible. While volunteers share their experience with the new owners, delivery center employees prepare all the necessary documents and a car.

This year was not easy, because of the coronavirus pandemic, the company's factories were closed for more than a month. The Tesla Factory in Fremont produces the bulk of the vehicles that are delivered worldwide, so a quick return to full performance was vital.

Thanks to the tireless work of the company’s employees and organized management, despite the current situation, Tesla will once again surprise everyone with high sales figures.

Delivery centers are already filled with cars that continue to arrive.
Employees of delivery centers around the world meet new owners. They work 7 days a week so that as many people as possible get their cars.
Now even Semi has joined the delivery team to bring vehicles from Fremont for the quarter-end push.

At the factory in Fremont, you can observe the high activity. Tesla's employees are at work and help with loading trucks, because the loading area is fully occupied. Also, there are customers who picking up the cars.

Despite the fact that more than a third of the quarter, the factory in Fremont did not produce cars, delivery rates are expected to be high. Solving logistics problems was declared a top priority for Tesla's management.

According to preliminary information, only in North America, the company can deliver more than 40,000 vehicles. At the same time, a Chinese factory in 2Q was operating, which could lead to more than 35,000 delivered cars. Also, ships with cars have already reached the shores of Australia and Europe.

In 2Q 2019, Tesla delivered 95,200 vehicles and in early July we will find out if the company will be able to break its last record.

H/T @alexcatrey / Twitter




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