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COVID19: HUL employees face movement restrictions, plants not operating fully

COVID19: HUL employees face movement restrictions

COVID19: HUL employees face movement restrictions, plants not operating fully

COVID19: HUL employees face movement restrictions, plants not operating fully – HUL is unable to work at full capacity as its employees still face restriction in movement from local authorities as on Tuesday FMCG major Hindustan Unilever Limited (HUL) said that their factories, though operational, are in various states amid coronavirus-induced nationwide Lockdown is functioning low with local authorities and state governments to ease out movement restrictions in our factories.

Workers still face local or state restrictions within the movement of our people that are working in essential goods supply chains and can still work with local and government authorities to urge our operations towards the specified capacity that the people in our country expect from us.

HUL has shifted to larger order sizes to optimize its available manpower resources, and direct shipping from factories but that’s not sufficient to satisfy the demand and direct shipping from factories to compensate, but this is often faraway from efficient, said the HUL spokesperson.

HUL produce many beauty and private care, home care and food and refreshment and has about 18,000 employees in its 28 factories and had sales of Rs 37,660 crores in FY 2018-19 HUL, owns popular household FMCG brands including Lux, Lifebuoy, Surf Excel, Rin, Pond’s, Vaseline, Lakme, Dove, Pepsodent, Brooke Bond and Kissan.

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