Nestle India gets nod to operate all manufacturing units

Nestle India said it has received permission to operate all manufacturing units in the country. The units had been operating at scaled down levels.

nestle-india-to-operate-all-units-in-indiaNestle India, packaged food and beverage major, recently said it has received permission to operate all manufacturing units in the country. The units had been operating at scaled down levels.
 
“The scaled down operations at various locations are essentially on account of applicable social distancing norms and the lesser deployment of people. The scaling up, scaling down or suspension of operations at various locations is dependent on the directions of the central and state governments and authorities,” Nestle said in the statement.

The company’s update on its operations after nearly a month in to India’s strict lockdown that saw several large packaged consumer goods makers—even those selling staples and essentials—scale back operations in line with government orders. Nestle India said that it continued to “closely monitor the situation” and it would take take necessary measures as directed by the central and state Governments and authorities, from time to time.

 

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