Tesla chief executive Elon Musk has reiterated a call from the business ’s vice president urging workers to volunteer and help the automaker deliver vehicles this month.
Business Insider reports that Musk sent an email to all Tesla employees requesting them to make automobile deliveries their ldquo;chief priority. ” It doesn’Regardless of if you’re found in the U.S, Europe, or even China, Musk would like you to assist Tesla achieve its delivery targets for the first quarter of the year.
“For the last ten days of the quarter, please consider your main priority to be helping with vehicle deliveries. This applies to everybody. As challenges go, this is a good one to have, as we’ve built the cars and people have purchased the cars, so we simply have to get the cars to their new owners! ” Musk said in the email.
“What has made this particularly difficult is that Europe and China are concurrently experiencing the same massive increase in shipping quantity that North America experienced last year. In some locations, the shipping rate is over 600% higher than its previous peak! This was further exacerbated by provider shortages of EU spec components and a decal printing mistake on our role in China that were only solved in the last few weeks,” the email reads.
Last week, Tesla senior vice president Sanjay Shah emailed department heads throughout the company to encourage workers to volunteer to send cars before the end of the month. Shah disclosed in his email that the company wanted to deliver 30,000 vehicles around the world in the final 15 days of the month.
1 Tesla worker said he drove a vehicle three hours to send it to a waiting client after volunteering to help out.
Musk’s email concluded by saying that the carmaker doesn’t expect to confront such shipping insanity in coming quarters.
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