Last year, the Esztergom factory built 171,700 cars.
VIENNA – Magyar Suzuki will suspend operation of a second shift at its plant in Esztergom, Hungary, in November and December. The auto maker expects to reintroduce the shift in January. Magyar Suzuki employs 3,400 workers. There currently are no plans to eliminate jobs, the company says. The Esztergom plant builds five models: the Suzuki Swift, Splash and SX4, as well as the Splash-based Opel Agila and SX4-derived Fiat Sedici. Volume production of the new-generation SX4 is to ...
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