Energica Making Plans To Resume Production Of Its Electric Motorcycles

Energica Making Plans To Resume Production Of Its Electric Motorcycles

© 2020, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By Energica Motor Company, S.p.A.:

Energica ready and “lined up” for Phase 2 

Energica Motor Company S.p.A., a leading company at international level in the production of high-performing premium electric motorcycles and single manufacturer of the FIM Enel MotoE World Cup for the three-year period 2019-2021, in compliance with government dispositions on the containment and management of the epidemiological emergency from Covid-19, communicates the reorganization for the resume of production  expected in the next reopening phases.

“We have gone and are still going through an unimaginable global challenge,” says Livia Cevolini, CEO of Energica Motor Company SpA.

“In these hard times it is also necessary not to stop our beating heart, the Made in Italy manufacturing that has made us unique in the world. I agree with what Confindustria said, it is important to define a roadmap for a safe reopening”.

“For this reason, Energica has already started organizing the production recovery, while confirming and increasing the protection measures already applied before the closure.”

“Our production could resume with a maximum of 30 people on an area of 3000 mq, organized in two or more shifts to further increase the distance between people,” Continues Cevolini. “As before the lockdown, each employee will be equipped with surgical masks and gloves. Disinfection will be applied to incoming and outgoing goods.

“As of March 16, we have activated COVID19 insurance for all staff, with coverage until the end of the year.”

“The safeguard of health and safety of our workers comes first”, says Cevolini, “we are therefore available to consider any further request, including serological tests.

“According to the authorities timing, we are ready and lined up on the grid. Our aim is to be able to follow up on our customers’ requests and our growth path as soon as possible.

“Having many markets open and in compliance with the local regulations, we will be able to deliver many of the bikes ordered and therefore to restart, including smart working for the office staff.

“Last but not least, the reopening of supplier companies will be key: the supply chain is a crucial element for the resuming of the entire production chain, made up of hundreds of supplier companies. In our case, more than 80% of the supply chain is Italian.”

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