TEPLICKA NAD VAHOM, Slovakia – Kia Motors Slovakia s.r.o. confirms plans for a second engine plant at its site here near the city of Zilina. The auto maker will spend more than €100 million ($136 million) on the second engine shop, which will create 270 new jobs. “The initial investment concerns an annual capacity of 150,000 engines, but the building as a whole is designed for a capacity of 300,000 units,” Kia Motors Slovakia President and CEO In-Kyu Bae tells Ward’s. “In the first ...
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