At the end of March this year. Automotive News reported that in spite of the continuous war in between Russia and Ukraine, the Stellantis and Mitsubishi plants are still producing cars. The representative of the plant in Kaluga confessed then that cars are still being produced, however on a smaller sized scale (about 11 thousand copies annually). He included that there is a threat of suspension of production due to problems with the supply of parts. Now the devices in the factory have actually stopped entirely.
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Mitsubishi stops production in Russia
In the plant in Kaluga, which is 70 percent for Stellantis and 30 percent. For Mitsubishi, apart from little vans (Citroen Berlingo, Opel Vivaro, Peugeot Expert, and so on), automobile for eastern markets, such as Citroen C4 sedan, Peugeot 408, Mitsubishi Pajero Sport and Mitsubishi Outlander, was constructed.
On Monday, April 11, the Polish agent of Mitsubishi Motors Corporation revealed that the business had actually suspended production at its Kaluga plant in Russia up until more notification. This is not the response Putin’s hostility versus Ukraine
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The factors for the constraint of the tapes are the logistical troubles arising from the sanctions troubled Russia. “The export of cars and the supply of parts to Russia was stopped at the start of March”– checks out the declaration released by Mitsubishi.