Hero MotoCorp, India’s two-wheeler market leader, on Wednesday said the strike by transporters in Haryana has hit half of its dispatches from Gurgaon and Dharuhera plants.
“The transporters’ strike today has impacted the despatches from our plants in Gurgaon and Dharuhera. We could despatch only half of our average daily despatches from these two plants today,” the company said in a filing to the BSE.
The company has a daily average despatch of around 12,000 units in the off-season around this time of the year from the two plants.
Hero MotoCorp said it is trying to make alternative arrangements to minimise further impact.
“We hope the authorities and the Automobile Carrier Welfare Association (ACWA) will be able to resolve the issue amicably at the earliest,” it added.