All systems are go for Perodua

By daryl, 20 May 2020

National carmaker Perodua has officially restarted its business nationwide. This encompasses the resumption of services at all 182 sales outlets, 202 service centres and 68 body and paint workshops all across Malaysia following a two-month closure in accordance with the Movement Control Order (MCO). 

Production in the company’s plant in Sungai Choh, Selangor, has also returned to full capacity after it was gradually rebooted on 11 May 2020. The re-opening of sales and service centres was also done gradually from 12 May, with the full network now operational albeit with strict measures such as temperature checks, social distancing markers, provision of sanitisers and appointment-only policies now in place. 

“We announce today that we have finally put in place the necessary safeguards at all our outlets nationwide to ensure that our valued customers and employees will be sufficiently protected in the light of the ongoing COVID-19 situation. These safeguards are part and parcel of our commitment to our collective health and safety, towards making your Perodua Experience the best it can be,” 

Datuk Zainal Abidin Ahmad, CEO of Perodua