Harley-Davidson restarts motorcycle production on June 6

Last month, the company announced it would stop assembling and shipping motorcycles, except for its electric models, due to a problem with parts from a supplier.

Harley-Davidson Inc will resume production of motorcycles on June 6 after a previously announced two-week shutdown, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday citing a company spokesperson.

The report adds that the suspension would have lasted 19 days, longer than the original projection of two weeks during which assembly and shipments would have been halted.

Harley shares fell about 2.2% to $35.34.

The iconic motorcycle maker said last month it would stop assembling and shipping motorcycles, except for its electric models, due to a problem with parts from a supplier.

Harley did not immediately respond to a Reuters request for comment.

(Reporting by Nathan Gomes in Bengaluru; Editing by Krishna Chandra Eluri)

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