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Renesano’s Naka and Takasaki plants are expected to resume production in 3/23 to pre-disaster levels | Anue Juheng – Eurasian Shares

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Renesas, a leading manufacturer of automotive MCUs, issued a press release on Friday (18th) to report the latest restoration and production status of three factories near the epicenter. Among them, the production capacity of the Yonezawa Plant is expected to return to the pre-disaster level in 3/20; the production capacity of the Naka Plant and the Takasaki Plant is expected to return to the pre-disaster level in 3/23.

A 7.4-magnitude earthquake occurred at 11:36 p.m. in Tohoku Japan on Wednesday (16th). After the earthquake, the Japan Meteorological Agency also issued a tsunami warning for Miyagi and Fukushima prefectures, which was later lifted at 5 a.m. on the 17th.

Renesas pointed out that the manufacturing equipment at the Naka factory in Ibaraki Prefecture, located in the northern Kanto region of Japan, has been activated since March 17, and some test processes will be restarted on the (17) day. The production capacity of the Naka factory is expected to return to the pre-disaster level on 3/23; the damage status of semi-finished products is being confirmed, and an overview is expected on the same day.

In the central Kanto region of Japan and the Takasaki factory in Gunma Prefecture, the manufacturing equipment has also been activated since March 17, and some test processes were restarted on the (17) day. The production capacity of the Takasaki Plant is expected to return to the pre-disaster level on March 23; the damage status of semi-finished products is also being confirmed, and an overview is expected on March 23.

In addition, in the northeastern region of Japan and the Yonezawa plant in Yamagata Prefecture, part of the test process has been launched on 3/17, and the entire process has also been restarted on 3/18. The plant’s production capacity is expected to return to pre-disaster levels by 3/20.

Renesas also mentioned that in terms of the impact on the overall supply chain, after confirmation, there has been no major disaster reported for personnel and equipment.

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