After closing down since April 3 due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Spartanburg manufacturing plant owned by BMW will open back up on May 4. The plant has new measures in place to keep workers safe, such as requiring masks, staggered schedules, and more. In addition, while it was closed down it was deep-cleaned and the layout was changed to allow better social distancing. The plant will ramp production back up to match customer demand and the supply chain.
- After halting due to the coronavirus, BMW is starting its production again.
- BMW has deep-cleaned its factory during the time it was closed down.
- The company hopes that its new measures will keep employees working at the plant safe.
“New guidelines and procedures have been implemented at the plant to help mitigate the spread of the new coronavirus, including temperature self-checks, modified seating for cafeteria and office areas, staggered lunch schedules and expanded cleaning practices, the release said.”
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