Tesla gigafactory in Shanghai resumes full production

Date: 24 Feb 2020

US electric carmaker Tesla's gigafactory in Shanghai has resumed full production, news portal Shanghai Observer reported.

Tesla has adopted a slew of scientific prevention and control measures to guarantee employees' health, as well as the stability and safety of production during the novel coronavirus pneumonia epidemic.

Tesla uses digital tools to track every employee's health and route before they come to their working position.

Besides providing sufficient masks, goggles and disinfectant, Tesla monitors employees' health carefully and disinfects working areas every day, to ensure safe conditions.

In addition, the factory offers lunch and dinner, providing a dorm/factory life to reduce the influence to a minimum.

The electric carmaker restarted production in Shanghai on Feb 10.

The Shanghai plant started trial production in late October and is now producing 3,000 vehicles a week, and has planned to completely localize its China supply chain by the end of this year.

Source: China Daily

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