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- Mad dashes to deliver cars by the end of a quarter aren’t new at Tesla, and an internal email seen by Business Insider shows this period is no exception.
- Sanjay Shah, a senior vice president at Tesla, asked employees to help deliver 30,000 cars over the last 15 days of the quarter.
- CEO Elon Musk has acknowledged Tesla’s delivery problem, and earlier this year the company purchased an auto-hauling logistics company.
According to an internal email sent on Friday from senior vice president Sanjay Shah to department heads at the company, a copy of which was seen by Business Insider, Tesla again sought employee volunteers from across the company to pitch in and deliver cars before the quarter ends this month.
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