Porsche is once again suffering from production problems due to a lack of parts, including wiring, due to the war in Ukraine.
The carmaker is forced to reduce trade at its factories in Zuffenhausen and Leipzig, Germany. Factories are operating at a low level this week, a Porsche spokesman said.
“In the coming days and weeks, we will continuously reassess the situation,” he said.
The Mercedes-Benz Group said its German factories were operating, although the carmaker had been forced to make some adjustments to the Sindelfingen plant due to the supply chain disruption caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Sindelfingen, which builds the carmaker’s flagship sedans, the S-Class and EQS, and the E-Class continue to operate despite a lack of parts, a Mercedes spokesman said.
Mercedes is in close contact with its suppliers “to work together on solutions to secure our supply chains,” the statement said.
It also includes relocating production volumes to other locations of their suppliers.