ZARAGOZA, Spain – Adam Opel AG’s assembly plant here is one of the auto maker’s best. So says General Motors Corp. Europe President Mike Burns, on hand here recently with Opel President Carl-Peter Forster to celebrate the success of the company’s new Meriva microvan. Production of the Meriva went to three shifts here in May, and, combined with output of the Corsa, Zaragoza now produces at full capacity – 1,950 cars per day; 460,000 annually. “There exists an important quality culture ...
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