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Pune-based Bharat Forge, Praj Industries to partially resume operations

Production at the facility will commence by the end of this week post completion of mandatory safety check and training of personnel on precautionary measures like physical distancing, the company said in an exchange filing.

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Last Updated: May 05, 2020, 12.20 PM IST
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Bharat Forge makes components for the automotive, power, oil & gas, construction & mining, locomotive, marine and aerospace industries. It has also entered the defence sector making equipment like artillery and transport equipment.
Mumbai: Pune-headquartered leading forging company Bharat Forge on Tuesday said that it has reopened one of its manufacturing located at Baramati near Pune after receiving necessary approvals from local authorities.

Production at the facility will commence by the end of this week post completion of mandatory safety check and training of personnel on precautionary measures like physical distancing, the company said in an exchange filing.

Training of personnel will include mandatory self-declaration of health through the Aarogya Setu app, wearing masks, regular sanitisation of personal items and work-stations, and sanitisation of workplace and bus regularly, the company said.

Bharat Forge makes components for the automotive, power, oil & gas, construction & mining, locomotive, marine and aerospace industries. It has also entered the defence sector making equipment like artillery and transport equipment.

On Monday, leading engineering firm Praj Industries had informed the exchanges that it had received permissions from authorities to resume operations at two of its units at the Kandla special economic zone from 21 and 22 April.
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