COVID-19 outbreak: Ferrari confirms ‘operational continuity’ at Maranello plant in Italy

Corporate developments

Operational continuity is subject to suppliers’ ability to continue operations as Italy places the entirety of Northern Italy under quarantine

Sports carmaker Ferrari has confirmed operational continuity at its Maranello plant in Reggio Emilia, Northern Italy, where the Italian government announced more stringent measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), the company said in a press release on 9 March. “Ferrari has activated all of the measures necessary to allow their employees to conduct their working activity in the best possible conditions and therefore, at this moment in time, confirms its operational continuity.

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