MUMBAI, India—Apollo Tyres Ltd. has resumed operations at most of its manufacturing sites in India and Europe, according to an April 25 BSE filing.
The tire maker halted output at its sites in Kalamassery and Perambra, Kerala; Limda, Gujarat and Chennai in Tamil Nadu on March 24, following a nationwide lockdown to control the spread of COVID-19
In its BSE filing, Apollo said factories in Kalamassery and Limda partially resumed operations while adhering to official health guidelines. The tire maker started partial production at its factory in Perambra, India, on April 21.
In addition, the latest filing noted that Apollo's manufacturing plant in Gyongyoshalasz, Hungary, was to partially resume production on April 28.
Apollo temporarily closed its passenger car tire production unit in Gyongyoshalasz and heavily scaled back manufacturing at its plant in Enschede, Netherlands, as of March 24.
The stock exchange filing did not give status updates for the Enschede and Chennai plants.