VIENNA – Romania’s Automobile Dacia SA officially inaugurates its new logistics center that will be used to ship complete-knocked-down kits of its new Logan entry-level car for assembly in other markets worldwide. Parent Renault SA invested €18.2 million ($23.6 million) in the new center, which covers 376,740 sq.-ft. (35,000 sq.-m) and may be expanded to 645,840 sq.-ft. (60,000 sq.-m) if necessary. Located near Dacia’s assembly plant in Mioveni, Romania, the new facility will employ 312 ...

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