Hyundai opened its latest car plant in China in November 2016 © Hyundai Motor Company
Hyundai opened its latest car plant in China in November 2016 © Hyundai Motor Company

Hyundai resumes operations after supplier disruption

6 September 2017

Hyundai Motor Company has resumed operations at its Chinese factories following a temporary production halt stemming from a payment dispute with a supplier. 

Last week, the South Korean automaker said it had shutdown all four of its factories in China after local supplier Auto Inergy Beijing refused to provide plastic fuel tanks in retaliation for not being paid an outstanding invoice.

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