Perodua has officially resumed operations of all 182 sales, 202 service and 68 Body & Paint outlets nationwide. This follows the government’s partial lifting of the Movement Control Order (MCO) two months after it was implemented.
“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 light of the ongoing COVID-19 situation,” said Perodua President and Chief Executive Officer Dato’ Zainal Abidin Ahmad.
Perodua first started reopening selected number of service outlets from 12 May. While other outlets worked to put safety protocols in place to ensure the safety of their customers when the businesses return to full volume.
As like all other service centres, car owners are required to book an appointment slot with the service centre of their choice. No walk-in customers will be allowed.
Perodua also requires all visitors to undergo temperature checks before entering outlets, register their details, and adhere to social distancing markers within the outlets at all times. Hand sanitisers are placed at key locations, while the outlets themselves are sanitised regularly.
“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,” said Dato’ Zainal.
Other than that, Dato Zainal has confirmed that production at the Perodua plant in Sungai Choh is now working at full capacity. The plant resumed production partially on 11 May.
“We thank our valued customers for their patience and loyalty. We will ensure that all your motoring needs will be met as soon and as safely as possible," he said.