Realme smartphone production company has been seeking permission from the government to resume its production in greater Noida that has been granted. The permission has been granted for the green and orange zones of the country by the Uttar Pradesh government by necessary approval formalities.
Realme has started to receive heavy orders on the online platforms and which is why they have to seek permission for the production of new devices. The sales have resumed on the 4th of may while the ongoing lockdown Extension in the wake of the novel coronavirus.
Head of the company Realme said in a statement, “we will abide by the orders of the
government of India and guidelines for the resumption of the operations of the factory while maintaining a limited staff and making the health of our employees a priority for us. Once the factory resumes producing new units, it will take from 2 to 4 weeks to boost up the production. On the receiving of approval, the main task for the production factory will be to produce the new Naruto series and the popular Realme 6 series”.
The production lines will be opening after the approval has been completely granted in the green and orange zones of the country while following the guidelines laid down by the government. It has been that about 25% of the production factories are going to be reopened in the green and orange zones. While keeping in mind the health and safety of the employees, limited staff will be involved in customer service and production. An extended warranty on all Realme products till June 30 has been added for the better assistance of the customers.
“We also want to reinstate that Realme and the partners will ensure strict social distancing while the operations and making sure that the orders are delivered safely to the customers.”
It has also procured necessary permission for the vehicles to pick up goods and ensure
proper and safe delivery to the customers.
Realme after Xiaomi and its sub-brand Poco has announced that its products will be
available online on e-commerce websites amid the third phase lockdown that began on the 4th of May and continues to be in action for the next two weeks to rest the surge in the graph of coronavirus.
The lockdown extension has allowed zero shipping in the country due to the outbreak of the virus from the month of April as the factories have been shut down since then.
Last week India cellular and electronics association welcomed the decision of letting the IT manufacturing units along with mobile phones by the centre, get back on production. The association thanked MHA to accept the recommendation of resuming the productions and restarting the manufacturing of IT hardware.