Tesla Said to Ship Batch of 4,000 Cars Since Shanghai Restart After Covid-19 Lockdowns | Tech News

Tesla Said to Ship Batch of 4,000 Cars Since Shanghai Restart After Covid-19 Lockdowns

Tesla Inc. loaded more than 4,000 cars for shipment from Shanghai on Sunday after restarting work at its plant amid a Covid lockdown in the city, Shanghai Media Group’s Knews reported, without saying where it got the information.

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| Updated on: Aug 22 2022, 12:26 IST
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Tesla Inc. loaded more than 4,000 cars for shipment from Shanghai on Sunday after restarting work at its plant amid a Covid-19 lockdown in the city, Shanghai Media Group's Knews reported, without saying where it got the information.

Tesla exported 4,767 vehicles in a first shipment a few days ago, according to the report.

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A Tesla spokesman said on May 10 the electric carmaker was having some issues with logistics that may impact production as lockdowns in China impact supply chains. The California-based company shuttered its Chinese factory for much of April due to the situation in Shanghai, which has been under lockdown for about six weeks.  

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Tesla's Shanghai factory, its first outside the US, can typically make around 2,100 cars a day, but it shipped only 1,512 vehicles out of the Chinese financial center last month. 

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First Published Date: 18 May, 15:52 IST
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