Affected by the epidemic, SAIC carried out closed-loop production at its Shanghai plant in mid-late March, and some factories shut down one after another in April. The reporter learned from SAIC today that the stress test of resuming work and production will be launched tomorrow, that is, April 18.
The reporter learned that SAIC has issued guidelines for the prevention and control of the epidemic situation of resumption of work and production, and the pressure test of resumption of work and production will begin on April 18. The relevant person in charge of SAIC said that it is not only their entire car factory that carries out the stress test, but also will drive some core parts factories to enter the stress test at the same time. According to incomplete statistics, at present, more than 1000 automobile industry chain enterprises in Shanghai have stopped production and reduced production to varying degrees. SAIC is carrying out preparations for resuming work and production, and will provide commuting service capacity and supply chain capacity for employees who return to work., safety production, transportation and other work for inspection and preparation. It is understood that while the epidemic prevention and control meets the relevant conditions, the relevant factories of SAIC will carry out closed management to ensure the safety of people, materials and the environment.
At present, the front working group of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology in Shanghai has held many video conferences on the resumption of work and production of key enterprises, studying the establishment of an emergency coordination mechanism for the demand of the industrial chain supply chain, setting up a "whitelist" of key enterprises in the field of industry and information technology, and guiding the Shanghai Economic and Information Commission to formulate and issue guidelines for the prevention and control of the epidemic situation of industrial enterprises returning to work. On the evening of the 16th, the guidelines for prevention and control were officially released, with the first batch of 666 "whitelist" enterprises producing 377 (57%). The reporter learned that the first batch of enterprises planning to resume work and production include not only enterprises in key industries such as automobile manufacturing, equipment manufacturing, and biomedicine, but also many enterprises in operation support and economic support.