Published on August 25th, 2021 | by Subhash Nair0
All Perodua Facilities Reopen Following Strict SOP Guidelines
Perodua opens up all its facilities throughout Malaysia in compliance with the SOPs.
In accordance with the latest SOPs issued by the Malaysian government, Perodua has reopened dealerships and aftersales centres, including all its body and paint centres nationwide. The re-opening of these centres follows the reopening of their manufacturing facilities in Sungai Choh, Rawang.
Perodua expects to be able to deliver nearly all existing orders within 2021.
Employees at all Perodua facilities meet the required criteria for vaccinations stipulated by the government. As for visiting customers to showrooms and aftersales centres, only fully vaccinated individuals may enter. They must wear a mask and make an appointment before visiting and observe physical distancing at the premises.
Here’s the press release with more information.
Perodua has resumed operations of its sales, after sales centres, including body and paint businesses nationwide.
The re-opening of Perodua’s sales and after sales centres comes after the resumption of its manufacturing facilities at its headquarters in Sungai Choh, Rawang recently. In total, Perodua has 191 sales, 197 service and 69 body and paint centres nationwide.
“Deliveries has started in stages since this week and we expect that we can see more Perodua cars produced and registered in the coming weeks,” Perodua President and Chief Executive Officer, Dato’ Zainal Abidin Ahmad said.
“We thank our customers for their patience, understanding and loyalty in receiving your Perodua vehicle. We expect to be able to deliver nearly all existing orders within the year,” he added.
“We are currently evaluating the impact of the lockdown that was introduced on 1st June 2021 to our operations and we will announce our revised targets for the year soon,” Dato Zainal said.
While Perodua has met the required criteria for vaccinations of its employees, the compact car company has outlined safety guidelines for its customers when visiting its sale and after-sales centres. After-sales centres include service centres as well as body and paint facilities.
These safety requirements include, being fully vaccinated, wearing a mask, making an appointment at the sales and/or service outlet before making a visit and to always observe physical distancing.
In total, Perodua has approximately 11,000 people under its direct employment. If combined with its suppliers, dealers and contractors– the Perodua ecosystem employs over 70,000 people.