and with These opening words, it may be that hisna in the stomach.
Maybe that is a stretch.
However, I don't think so.
it has the fordonsbolag indicated that almost all of the fordonsfabriker in Europe should be shut down. Most of the information came in over the course of two days.
We're talking about the European working spine, which is 13.8 million people, or over 6 per cent of the total EU workforce – are employed directly or indirectly.
a Volkswagen and Daimler of Germany, the two largest companies, as well as the AB Volvo and Volvo Cars is in Sweden.
Now, as almost all of their factories are at a standstill.
presidents have been in press conferences with a look as in not cocker spaniels. As to the question of how long the plants will be tillbommade, their mouths said, ”is between two weeks and one month. Their eyes expressed it: ”we don't know.”
What started as a gentle breeze at last: the Ferrari close to its two plants.
Then came the storm, Ford announced the closure of the Europe, then in the PSA, with the brands such as Peugeot, Citroen and Opel. On Tuesday afternoon, also the Fiat-Chrysler(FCA), Volkswagen, Daimler, Nissan, Renault, Volvo, and BMW have left the bad news.
in Gothenburg, sweden close. And on Wednesday, Scania, they are closing the manufacturing plants with 9,000 employees in Södertälje, Oskarshamn and Luleå, sweden.
As of this writing, the Volvo Cars factory in Gothenburg, sweden is basically the only one in Europe that still is open (it is in belgium, Ghent to be close), thanks to a huge effort to bring together the supply chain.
Why does it happen now so widely and rapidly?
Think of the automotive industry as a world-wide animals, the number of sites is connected by the veins all around the world.
' whose komponentfabriker deliver to the vendors in China, Europe, and north America, which, in turn, pass on to their plants close to customers all over the world.
The first things that happened was that China was out of the corona of January, and, in principle, all the plants were shut down for three weeks. Then, just in time for these to slowly set things in motion once again, was closed down in Italy and France, and now in the rest of Europe and the united states.
it is called just-in-time production. This means that the parts will arrive at the car factories, as late as possible.
No one wants to be sitting on expensive inventory. Instead, it has, simply, is to rely on shipping, from China, via Italy, to the city of Gothenburg, which will take 10 weeks to deliver the components of the minutbasis.
It usually works great, but the social system is the closest to the extremely delicate.
that's Where we are now.
directly affect the plant in the city. The closed border between Germany and Poland on Saturday, where a truck stands still, and the affects of a plant is 20 miles away, instantly.
and Then, everything will fall in an industry that is hugely dependent on their cash flow.
Produktionshjulen need to turn.
Minnesgoda remember when a truck with DB Schenker on march 20, 2011 and decided not to drive to the Saab Automobile factory in Trollhättan, sweden, in order to not have been paid. The production is stopped. It was the start of Saab's bankruptcy.
but Italy turned down, the coronavirus is rampant, even in the factories, and to demand to show.
the Automotive industry is already heavily pressed.
the President of Trump's trade war has been to the global wildlife has been to throw in a skewer of the quick-rolling wheels.
Add to that the huge costs have to be added to the new technology of self-driven cars, and that they have to move up to the next non-viable electric vehicles, in order not to get koldioxidböter of the EUROPEAN union.
No, was prepared in the coronakrisen. However, the big question now is: what are the lessons learned?<