(Bloomberg) — Supply Lines is a every day e-newsletter that tracks Covid-19’s influence on commerce. Sign up right here, and subscribe to our Covid-19 podcast for the newest information and evaluation on the pandemic.Automakers are increasing and increasing manufacturing cuts at some North American crops as they address a worsening international scarcity of semiconductors.Chips to be used in vehicles and vehicles have been more durable to return by as semiconductor makers have allotted extra capability to client merchandise. The pandemic has induced a surge in orders for smartphones, TVs and computer systems as individuals attempt to make prolonged life at dwelling extra bearable, leaving much less capability for a stronger-than-expected rebound in automobile demand. Recent weather-related disruptions of petrochemical provides within the southern U.S. and a fireplace at a chipmaking plant in Japan have exacerbated the shutdowns.Read extra: Fire and Ice Aggravate Chip Supply Headache for Car IndustryConsultant AlixPartners has mentioned the chip scarcity may price automakers $61 billion in misplaced gross sales this yr. The latest setbacks may additional delay an anticipated second-quarter restoration in output. “Production is shrinking, not increasing, so the balance between supply and demand is only getting worse,” mentioned Takeshi Miyao, an analyst at researcher Carnorama.The greatest auto corporations aren’t the one corporations getting squeezed by the chip disaster. Truckmaker Paccar Inc. on March 31 mentioned first-quarter deliveries have been decreased by about 3,000 autos.Here’s the present scenario for main auto producers in North America.General Motors Co.April 8: General Motors plans to renew manufacturing at a plant in Wentzville, Missouri, the week of April 12. Its manufacturing unit in Spring Hill, Tennessee, can be down in the course of the weeks of April 12 and April 19. A plant close to Lansing, Michigan, will idle manufacturing for the week of April 19. Another Lansing-area manufacturing unit will prolong its downtime by the week of April 26.GM’s CAMI Assembly plant in Ingersoll, Ontario, and its Fairfax Assembly plant in Kansas City, Kansas, will prolong downtime by the week of May 10. In Mexico, the Ramos Assembly plant can be down the week of April 19. Only manufacturing of the Chevrolet Blazer sport-utility automobile can be affected, the corporate mentioned.March 24: The Wentzville plant, which makes the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon mid-size vehicles, was slated for 2 weeks of downtime beginning March 29. GM prolonged downtime by two weeks at its Lansing Grand River plant. The manufacturing unit, which makes the Cadillac CT4 and CT5 and Chevrolet Camaro, idled manufacturing March 15.Starting the week of April 5, GM’s meeting plant in San Luis Potosi, Mexico — which has been down since Feb. 8 — was scheduled to restart with two shifts. The manufacturing unit makes the Chevrolet Equinox and GMC Terrain.March 3: The automaker mentioned its Gravatai plant in Brazil could be affected by downtime in April and May.Ford Motor Co.April 8: For the week of April 12, Ford is shutting a SUV plant in Chicago that builds the Explorer mannequin, its Mustang manufacturing unit in Michigan and the Transit van line at its meeting facility Kansas City, Missouri.Ford is also canceling the standard two-week summer season shutdown at six factories within the U.S. to make up for misplaced manufacturing from the chip scarcity. The automaker mentioned it’s planning its highest summer season manufacturing in additional than 15 years.March 31: The automaker mentioned its F-150 plant in Dearborn, Michigan, can be down the week of April 5 and April 12. Truck operations in Kansas City had been slated to halt the week of April 5. Ford’s Louisville Assembly Plant in Kentucky was scheduled to close the weeks of April 12 and April 19, and its Oakville Assembly Complex in Ontario, Canada, can be down the weeks of April 12, 19 and 26.Ford additionally canceled some extra time shifts at a number of crops as late as June.March 22: The firm stopped manufacturing at a industrial automobile manufacturing unit in Avon Lake, Ohio, with plans to renew output on March 29. Ford additionally dropped one shift till March 29 at a truck plant in Kentucky that makes autos together with the F-250 pickup and Expedition SUV.March 21: Ford canceled an additional shift on the truck manufacturing unit in Kentucky.March 18: The carmaker canceled night time shifts for 2 days at one other meeting plant in Louisville — the place it makes the Ford Escape and Lincoln Corsair — as a result of U.S. winter storm in Feb. and chip scarcity.Toyota Motor Corp.April 8: The carmaker mentioned in an emailed assertion that its manufacturing has been affected at factories in Kentucky, Mississippi, Texas, West Virginia and Mexico “due to Covid and recent severe weather-related events.” The Tundra full-size truck manufacturing line at its plant in San Antonio, Texas, stays idled, it mentioned.March 22: An unspecified petrochemical scarcity affected output of 10 fashions made at crops in Kentucky, Mississippi, Texas, West Virginia and Mexico. Output has been curtailed for Toyota’s Camry, Camry Hybrid, Avalon, Avalon Hybrid, RAV4 Hybrid, Lexus ES 350, Lexus ES 300h, Tundra, Tacoma and Corolla fashions.March 17: A dearth of petrochemicals affected output on the carmaker’s crops in Kentucky, West Virginia and Mexico, in line with a spokesman who didn’t present additional particulars.Honda Motor Co.April 1: The automaker mentioned it might resume regular output in any respect automobile, engine and transmission crops in North America.March 22: Honda mentioned its buying and manufacturing groups had been working to “limit the impact of this situation and are adjusting production as necessary,” the corporate mentioned in an in an electronic mail, with out elaborating.March 17: The carmaker suspended manufacturing at some crops throughout the U.S. and Canada, together with factories in Alabama, Indiana, Ohio and Ontario, blaming the influence from the pandemic, chip shortages and extreme winter climate on its provide chain.Stellantis NVMarch 26: The automaker plans to idle 5 factories in North America beginning March 29 by early to mid-April, in line with an organization spokesperson. The services embody a pickup manufacturing unit in Warren, Michigan; a Jeep Cherokee sport-utility automobile plant in Belvidere, Illinois; a Jeep Compass SUV manufacturing unit in Toluca, Mexico; a muscle automotive plant in Brampton, Ontario; and a minivan-manufacturing facility in Windsor, Ontario.March 25: The union representing staff in Windsor mentioned in a tweet the minivan plant could be down for a month.March 20: Stellantis, shaped just lately from the merger of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV and PSA Group, mentioned manufacturing of its Ram Classic vehicles in Warren and Saltillo, Mexico, can be affected “for a number of weeks.”Nissan Motor Co.March 25: The Japanese automaker mentioned it deliberate to renew manufacturing on March 26 at a plant in Aguascalientes, Mexico, per week after it halted output.March 23: Nissan restarted an meeting line at a plant in Canton, Mississippi, and a manufacturing line at a manufacturing unit in Smyrna, Tennessee, each of which had been suspended since March 19.March 22: Nissan resumed output on one other meeting line in Canton that had been off line since March 20.BMW AGMarch 22: BMW “production remains unaffected” in North America, the corporate mentioned in an electronic mail.Tesla Inc.Feb. 8: Electric-vehicle producer mentioned in a 10-Okay submitting that “increased demand for personal electronics has created a shortfall of microchip supply, and it is yet unknown how we may be impacted.”Daimler AGFeb. 5: The Mercedes-Benz plant in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, was “running as planned,” a Daimler spokesperson mentioned.Hyundai Motor Co.Feb. 5: The South Korean automaker mentioned in a press release that it was “closely monitoring the situation and collaborating with our supplier partners to maintain stable production.”For extra articles like this, please go to us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to remain forward with essentially the most trusted enterprise information supply.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.