The company confirmed that 75% of its European facilities and 60% of its plants in North America, South America and the Rest of the World were open and operational to varying degrees.

The company said in a press release it expects the vast majority of factories to be open by the end of May. Priority was given to facilities that manufacturer agricultural and powertrain equipment, in response to both being considered "essential" and local market demand.

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