Articles Proton makes Return-to-Norm progress starting 5 May

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National carmakers Proton has made an announcement on starting back operations in stages, from tomorrow onwards.  The announcement is made after the Malaysian Government declared partial lifting of the MCO (Movement Order Control). Prior to that, he Government had extended the MCO until 12 May.

 

Before this, Proton after sales and service centers in selected areas have began operations in accordanc with the mandatory regulations. With full-fledged operations expected, Proton adheres to the contingency plan with reference to the mandatory regulations by relevant authorities. Proton dealerships are set to begin operations starting 5 May, starting with the ‘so-called’ Green and Yellow zones. Once things kick off, all premises and personnel will be subjected to strict safety protocols guided by the National Security Council (NSC) of Malaysia to curb the spread of the pandemic.

 

CEO of Proton Li Chunrong said, “Proton will begin the gradual resumption of all its business activities. However, the safety of our customers and employees is our main priority as well as  adoption of a ‘new normal’. We will introduce a new set of protocols in all areas.”

 

In addition, Proton has stated that their COE HQ and production facilities in Tg Malim and Shah Alam will resume from tomorrow. All facilities will adhere to the mandatory work practices in accordance with current regulations.

 

For more specific information pertaining to sales and after-sales, logon to Proton’s official page. 

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Articles Proton makes Return-to-Norm progress starting 5 May

Proton makes Return-to-Norm progress starting 5 May

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National carmakers Proton has made an announcement on starting back operations in stages, from tomorrow onwards.  The announcement is made after the Malaysian Government declared partial lifting of the MCO (Movement Order Control). Prior to that, he Government had extended the MCO until 12 May.

 

Before this, Proton after sales and service centers in selected areas have began operations in accordanc with the mandatory regulations. With full-fledged operations expected, Proton adheres to the contingency plan with reference to the mandatory regulations by relevant authorities. Proton dealerships are set to begin operations starting 5 May, starting with the ‘so-called’ Green and Yellow zones. Once things kick off, all premises and personnel will be subjected to strict safety protocols guided by the National Security Council (NSC) of Malaysia to curb the spread of the pandemic.

 

CEO of Proton Li Chunrong said, “Proton will begin the gradual resumption of all its business activities. However, the safety of our customers and employees is our main priority as well as  adoption of a ‘new normal’. We will introduce a new set of protocols in all areas.”

 

In addition, Proton has stated that their COE HQ and production facilities in Tg Malim and Shah Alam will resume from tomorrow. All facilities will adhere to the mandatory work practices in accordance with current regulations.

 

For more specific information pertaining to sales and after-sales, logon to Proton’s official page. 

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