India’s largest automaker Maruti has revealed that they are aiming to fulfill all pending orders for their Suzuki Swift model by April next year.
The company launched the new Swift a couple of months ago. Launch was a huge success as they received tons of orders.
But problems with worker union at their plants resulted in low manufacturing and as a result they now have a huge backlog of orders.
Sources say that the company currently has around 1 lakh orders for Swift and these customers would have to wait for as long as six months to get their car.
Maruti said: “We expect to make around 18,000-20,000 Swift units a month as soon as the second line at Manesar becomes fully operational by January. It should take four-five months to clear the backlog.”