Tata Motors rests 75% temps in Jamshedpur as demand in low gear
Tata Motors reported lower sales volumes in the home market of 2.03 lakh units, down 10.2% year-on-year in the three months to December, while average realisations dipped 10.6% y-o-y.
Speaking to FE, Telco Workers’ Union (TWU) general secretary Chandrabhan Singh that said with the market not having improved much since December, the management had lowered the monthly production target for M&HCVs to 3,500 chassis for February, lower than the roughly 3,900 units rolled out in December. Singh added that the temporary workforce was typically rotated and that close to 75% of the workforce “has been rested in the last two to three days”.
In fact, the total temporary workforce had been rested during the last three-day block closure between January 14 and 16 but had been fully recalled, only to have been asked to sit it out from January 25 to February 2. The Jamshedpur plant turned out around 4,500 HCV/MCV chassis in January, a shade better than the average output in recent months.
On Thursday, Tata Motors reported a consolidated net profit of R1,628 crore, down from R3,406 crore
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