Rejection “very difficult to understand,” says Nissan Spain’s Torres.
MADRID – Nissan Spain’s works council rejects a productivity increase proposal that could have boosted production here of a planned 2014 replacement for the Navara pickup by 24,500 units. Current plans for the new model call for 60,000 units to be built annually. For the moment, that additional volume, expected to go to Middle East markets, is assigned to another Nissan plant outside of Spain. The proposal to increase output at the Zona Franca plant near Barcelona ...
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