MADRID – Next June, the Renault plant in Valladolid, one of four manufacturing sites the French automaker has in Spain, will run at its maximum 2-shift capacity, assembling 900 vehicles daily. The production boost – the plant currently builds 680 vehicles a day – comes as a result of the success of the new Captur model added to the mix in 2013 Jose V. de los Mozos, Renault vice president-manufacturing and supply chain, made the planned production increase official at an ...

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