In May 2021, the Company shut production from 1st May through 16th May so as to divert oxygen from industrial use for medical purposes.
In May 2020, the Company witnessed production disruption owing to lockdowns. Since neither of the two months had normal production, the sales volume of May 2021 are not comparable with May 2020.
Utility vehicles like Gypsy, Vitara Brzza, Ertiga and XL6 also fared reasonably well, in comparison, and 6,355 units were sold in May.
At around 2:52 PM, Maruti Suzuki India was trading at Rs7,105 per piece up by Rs17.65 or 0.25% on Sensex.
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( With inputs from indiainfoline)