Li said the company runs a made-to-order business model and would not normally keep a large stock of spare parts. Photo: via Reuters
Li said the company runs a made-to-order business model and would not normally keep a large stock of spare parts. Photo: via Reuters

Nio boss William Li pledges to up production after Chinese EV start-up faced yet more supply-chain disruption

  • Li has sent dozens of employees to some of its vendors to help minimise future supply-chain constraints
  • Investors and customers have been rattled by five major disruptions to production this year caused by China’s coronavirus measures

Li said the company runs a made-to-order business model and would not normally keep a large stock of spare parts. Photo: via Reuters
Li said the company runs a made-to-order business model and would not normally keep a large stock of spare parts. Photo: via Reuters
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