Mercedes Benz will suspend Brazil truck production as pandemic worsens

The announcement follows truckmaker Volvo AB’s decision to partially suspend truck production in Brazil, blaming both the pandemic and a lack of semiconductors that has impacted vehicle manufacturing worldwide.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Mercedes Benz said on Tuesday, March 23rd, it will suspend truck production in Brazil, its second largest market, from March 26 until April 5, due to the country’s worsening COVID-19 pandemic.

The announcement follows truckmaker Volvo AB’s decision to partially suspend truck production in Brazil, blaming both the pandemic and a lack of semiconductors that has impacted vehicle manufacturing worldwide.

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