Skoda extends the annual summer shutdown in its Czech factories by a few days. The reason can be guessed.
Skoda is used to shutting down its factories for two or three weeks in the summer. This time is used, among other things, to maintain the factory and, where necessary, to adapt it for the coming year. This year, however, the stop will take a little longer than usual. The planned ‘holiday’ is scheduled for the first two weeks of August, but according to unions quoted by Automotive News, the doors will now close on July 28. So an extra half week, although of course you can always add something to it. The Czechs do this, of course, because of the chip shortage, which makes it very difficult to actually produce the planned amount of cars. Skoda previously also temporarily laid …
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