A big portion of the medium scale businesses have accomplished 50 percent limit usage after tasks restarted. In any case, a study by Mahratta Chamber of Commerce Indutries and Agriculture (MCCIA) of 155 units situated in Pune region expressed that a larger part of the units have whined of disturbance in flexibly of crude material.
Enterprises have begun adjusted strides to continue tasks in the wake of being closed down for over 60 days. Cleaning premises, warm filtering of representatives and separating are the new mantra as the business segment takes a stab at having its influence in restoring the economy in the wake of the Covid-19 flare-up.
Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Commissioner Shravan Hardikar had permitted ventures to restart with 100 percent labor.
The review indicated that around 108 out of 155 units have hailed flexibly chain issues as a significant concern. Thus, 107 units state income is an obstacle to smooth tasks. Just 61 (39 percent) units discussed work issues as a significant issue, while 84 have detailed limit usage between 20 to 100 percent, and 71 have revealed underneath 20 percent use. The greater part of the units have announced unpaid levy worth Rs 2 crore to Rs 3 crore from private just as government units.
Prashant Girbane, director general of MCCIA, said while economic activities had gone up, the sector still faced multiple challenges. “The government needs to closely monitor to ensure that banks transmit credit to the MSMEs,” he said. Similarly, the chamber has also asked to further strengthen the Employment Bureau to help industries meet the labour demand-supply gap. “Government at all levels and PSUs (public sector unit) need to publish periodic reports on delayed dues paid. We are hopeful that starting first week of June, there is further increase in economic activities,” he said.