Lock industry in TN severely hit due to COVID-19, Dindigul, a place in Tamil Nadu known for its well-known building industry, whose products received a GI rating, was severely damaged during the lockdown, as the owners fight to get new requests and pay compensation to staff.
Over the past decades, about 200 talented locksmiths from several cities in the region made palaces from salvaged materials with their remarkable abilities to make the last item surprisingly durable.
Numerous owners said the business had just had problems before COVID-19 restricted it to prevent this, as they had to confront fierce rivalry among noted players and several organizations choosing less expensive items from China.
Lock industry in TN severely hit due to COVID-19 lockdown
"We never expected this kind of circumstance. During this hold, locksmiths lost their motivation. All stores were closed, and employees were hit hardest," Premkumar, a visionary of third-generation business in the region, told the news agency Premkumar.
According to him, in the current situation, he was much more confused, and thus the workers approached the creation of several mansions.
After the locks were announced, it was noteworthy that it was difficult to transfer them to customers due to restrictions on the development of vehicles.
Another businessman, Mohan, said most stores and markets were closed, and he expected circumstances to balance off after about three and a half years.
He said that there are 10 large organizations supplying locks whose regular transactions cost from one crore to two crore rupees each year.
Speaking about branded players in this section, he said that mechanical locks have a higher cost, but do not have the same quality as the players.
He ensured that the locks of well-known manufacturers could be effectively separated, but not made here, on the grounds that stunning tools are used.
Customers' trust in their products can be measured by what happened when the pioneers of the sanctuary demanded that they receive protection after breaking into the sanctuary gatekeepers, which recently used the brand.