Stellantis to halt production due to chip shortage at French plant

by SpeedLux

Stellantis will halt production at its Rennes-La Janais Citroen plant in Brittany, France from July 3 due to a chip shortage, a spokesperson said on Wednesday.

Another production halt at the Sochaux Peugeot plant in eastern France has been extended until the end of next week, the automaker added, also citing semiconductor supply problems.

These production stoppages at two auto plants in France emerge from shortages in components from German supplier Continental, according to business daily La Tribune’s report.

“According to our information, the German automotive supplier is unable to deliver its connected navigation system,” La Tribune reported, without mentioning its sources.

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