The company is now in a downtime mode, which will last until the end of March 2023.
The government of St. Petersburg is negotiating with Kazakhstan on the sale of the Hyundai plant, said Kirill Soloveichik, chairman of the city committee for industrial policy, innovation and trade.
He also noted that colleagues from Hyundai did not launch the General Motors site, and now the city authorities are negotiating to use one of the buildings of the building for training industrial workers, not only for the auto industry, but for the whole city.
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The Hyundai plant in St. Petersburg stopped the production of cars in March 2022, explaining this by difficulties in the supply of components.
Previously, the company assembled Hyundai Solaris and Creta models, as well as Kia Rio and Rio X-Line. Its capacities were designed to produce more than 200 thousand cars per year.
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