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Maruti Suzuki produced 1,79,972 passenger vehicles in July 2022, registering an increase compared to earlier

For the past few months, the company has been facing production crunch, due to which Maruti Suzuki now has around 4 lakh orders pending. In such a situation, the company is accelerating the production of its vehicles and the month of July has been produced more than the previous few months. However, the company will have to produce more to reduce the pending orders.

The company has produced 1,24,150 units of vehicles in the mini and sub categories in the month of July, which is the biggest contributor to the company’s sales. Under this segment, the company includes Alto, Wagon R, Swift, Baleno, Dzire and Celerio. Talking about the mid segment, 2281 units of the company’s Ciaz have been produced in July.

Talking about the UV, Maruti Suzuki has produced 53,541 units of vehicles in July, in this segment the company produces Brezza, Ertiga, S-Cross and XL6. The company brought the new Brezza last month and it has got more than 70,000 bookings and in such a situation, the production load has increased on the company. Maruti is targeting 10,000 units per month of the new Brezza.

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Maruti Suzuki has 3.87 lakh pending orders, which was up to 2.80 lakh units till June 2023, but after the introduction of the new Grand Vitara and the new Brezza, the booking has increased by about 1 lakh, due to which the pending orders have increased so much. has gone. The Grand Vitara can be launched in the month of September and in such a situation, its bookings may increase further after the launch, which can lead to a longer waiting period.

The company’s premium hatchback Baleno has 38,000 pending orders. At the same time, there is a long wait for CNG vehicles and CNG vehicles account for 33% of the total pending orders i.e. about 126,000 units. A senior Maruti Suzuki official had informed that the company has produced 51,000 units less vehicles in the June quarter, compared to 4,67,931 units produced in the previous quarter.

Because of this, there is a problem in the planning of production. Ajay Seth, CFO, Maruti Suzuki, said that due to lack of electronic equipment, our production is being limited. The supply position of the electronic equipment still remains uncertain. Seth had informed that the company’s supply chain, engineering, production and sales teams are working towards maximizing production with the available semiconductors.

Maruti Suzuki’s production has improved as compared to the previous months, but the company will have to ramp up production so that customers can get early deliveries during the festive season. The company will have to improve it in the coming weeks.

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