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Tesla Gigafactory Shanghai Production Capacity Has Exceeded Pre C19 Breakout, 91% Recovery Rate

by George Szeto March 19, 2020

Tesla Gigafactory Shanghai Production Capacity Has Exceeded Pre C19 Breakout, 91% Recovery Rate

"We have exceeded 91% recover rate since March 6th 2020, and the
current production capacity has exceeded the level before the
Coronavirus breakout." said by Tesla Gigafactory Shanghai
spokesperson.

Tesla Shanghai GigaFactory, which has resumed work on February 10,
Tesla is also one of the earliest large-scale enterprises in China to
resume production.

At present, Shanghai's automobile industry, integrated circuits
and smart manufacturing and other traditional and key industries
have basically resumed work. The latest data shows that a total of
8 OEMs and more than 600 parts and components companies in Shanghai
have resumed their normal productions. The rate of return to work for major
integrated circuit manufacturers has exceeded 99%. Nearly 100
smart manufacturing projects and pilot demonstrations have
undertaken the overall return rate of enterprises Over 96.5%,
the biopharmaceutical industry is close to 100% resumed.
 



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