Argo Tractors suspends production

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Argo Tractors, the company that manufactures Landini and McCormick Tractors, has suspended all production

Argo tractors has closed down their production till April due to Coronavirus
Argo Tractors has ceased production until April 3 due to Coronavirus

In a press statement, the Italian company announced that the decision to suspend "production activities" was in order to comply with the Italian government’s push to reduce the spread of the Coronavirus that’s crippling the country.

Argo Tractors will close its three substantial manufacturing facilities in northern Italy until the April 3, with office activities also reduced to "ensure a safer environment".

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The full statement is below:

In order to comply with the statements of the Italian government of March 22, 2020 and with the aim of actively contributing to the reduction of the spread of the Covid-19 virus, Argo Tractors has taken important operational and organizational decisions.

We therefore communicate the suspension of production activities in all plants until April 3, while office activities are reduced to ensure a safer environment to all Group employees.

Within the limits set by current and future government decisions, we emphasize the continuity of technical support, sales and customer assistance via e-mail and telephone and in the meantime the spare parts supply operations.

Europe, and in particular Italy, are facing a health emergency that requires the utmost commitment and sense of responsibility from everyone. Argo Tractors cares about the health of its employees, customers and suppliers and sets their protection and safety first. We will continue to monitor the situation and react quickly and effectively to fully restart as soon as conditions allow.

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