Plan calls for the production of 110,000 to 150,000 cars this year, a lower target then the 120,000-180,000 units indicated earlier.
VIENNA – Fiat Automobili Srbija, the joint venture owned 67% by Fiat and 33% by the Serbian state, will add a third shift at its plant in Kragujevac next month. The facility presently operates two 10-hour shifts daily, four days a week. With the additional crew, it will run three 8-hour shifts a day, five days per week. The plant employs 2,435 workers, with 600 new jobs to be added by the end of the year, CEO Antonio Cesare Ferrara tells the Serbian daily Politika. Volume ...
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