A shortage of semiconductor could cause serious problems
Sales fall as production numbers drop

A shortage of semiconductor could cause serious problems Sales fall as production numbers drop

A shortage of semiconductor could cause serious problems
Sales fall as production numbers drop

VNC Automotive founder Tom Blackie said that supply shortages were making many people frustrated. To avoid delays, potential buyers may have to consider purchasing other cars.

Supply restrictions frustrate people at a time where the industry asks them to switch to EVs.

In recent weeks, manufacturers have been complaining about the impact of semiconductor shortages upon their businesses.

Volvo today reported that 56,853 cars had been sold in July. This is 8.7 percent less than the previous month.

According to them, the shortage in semiconductors worldwide had a negative impact on volume.

In June, the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT), also discussed this issue.

He stated that it had been a difficult first half of the year, and engine output was struggling to return to pre-Covid levels.

“The shortage in semiconductors worldwide has affected vehicle producers, as well as engine production. Firms now have to deal with staff shortages caused by workers being ‘pinged.

Publiated at Wednesday, 4 Aug 2021 22.20:00 +0000

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