MG Motor India today announced that it has recorded 40% increase in retail sales for the month of July 2020 at 2,105units, as compared to July 2019. The company had sold 1,508 units in July 2019.
Commenting on the overall sales performance in July 2020, Rakesh Sidana, Director Sales, MG Motor India, said, "The overall market environment continues to be challenging with uncertainties due to variable lockdowns in various phases. The component supplies continue to remain impacted especially from the Chennai region. However, despite these challenges, our production has remained at similar levels in July as compared to June 2020 and we expect the situation to improve during the festival season."
MG Motor India and Vadodara-based MAX Ventilators have manufactured over 300 ventilators at the latter's manufacturing plant in Vadodara during July 2020. This represents over 10-fold growth since April when the two companies joined hands to boost the production of ventilators.
Max Ventilators is a subsidiary of A.B. Industries and was founded back in 1995. It is amongst the top-25 ventilator brands in the world. Earlier, the brand had a manufacturing capacity of 27 units per month.
MG Motor India launched the MG HECTOR PLUS last month and is seeing encouraging traction for its top trims across markets. High on comfort with top notch features, it offers the best value proposition in its segment. Preparing to serve its customers in the new normal, MG Motor India introduced its new contact-free technology suite 'Shield+' to enhance the customer experience. It continues to follow all sanitisation processes at its facilities to ensure the safety of its customers and employees. The carmaker has also tied up with Medklinn for its Cerafusion sterilisation technology for vehicle cabin sterilisation.
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