BERLIN -- Leoni is ramping up production of wire harnesses at its two plants in Ukraine -- with workers operating under a nighttime curfew and the risk of rocket attacks.
Workers have had to flee to on-site bunkers on multiple occasions, Leoni CEO Aldo Kamper said on Wednesday.
The German supplier said it has returned to producing at 40 percent capacity in Ukraine after a temporary halt due to Russia's invasion of the country. A night shift is being added to bring this up to 70 percent.
Cross-border trade is possible, with the company able to source its own components and raw materials and export products, Kamper said.