From 1st of August 2020, Mazda Motor Corporation will return to the company normal factory operations, or pre-COVID-19 levels, amid increased sales and future forecasts for product demand in the U.S.
The COVID 19 pandemic has made so many companies stop operation for over 4 months now, but it seems things are going to normal and as it should be going. Mazda North American Operations achieved a sales increase of nearly 11 percent year-over-year.
Most notably, the three-row CX-9 and MX-5 roadster volumes grew approximately 50 percent and 25 percent, respectively.
In the remainder of July, The company will make some adjustments in the production that was implemented at plants in Japa, Mexico, and Thailand caused by the COVID 19 pandemic. For the past months, the company has been monitoring inventory levels and modifying production since the end of March.
All dealerships worldwide have resumed sale operations currently due to the relaxations of some restrictions. Mazda remains cautious and flexible regarding the risk posed by COVID-19 and will closely monitor trends and demand in each market where their automobile vehicles are shipped around the world.
The North America Operation is headquartered in Irvine Califonia and oversees the sales inventory, parts, and customer services support of Mazda automobile and marketing both in the USA and Mexico that has approximately 620 dealers plus the operations in Mexico are managed by Mazda Motor de Mexico in Mexico City.