New Delhi, Jun 13: Country’s largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki India Ltd (MSIL) today resumed production at its two plants after a week-long maintenance closure. The company had advanced the maintenance closure by three weeks to June 6-11, following a fire at the Manesar facilities of its supplier, Subros Ltd, on May 29. (ALSO READ: Maruti Suzuki advances bi-annual maintenance closures of plants )Also Read - Declared Brain Dead, Gurgaon Woman Saves 3 Lives By Donating Her Kidneys & Liver

“Due to the strenuous efforts made by all concerned, operations at MSIL’s facilities in Gurgaon and Manesar have begun smoothly,” the company said in a statement. On an average, Maruti produces around 5,000 units a day from its two plants at Gurgaon and Manesar, which together have an annually capacity of rolling out 15 lakh units. The company’s stock was trading at Rs 4,087.55 on BSE, down 0.73 per cent in the early trade. Also Read - Law Has to March With Technology: Top Court on Virtual Registration of Special Marriages

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