Adam Opel AG announces it will invest E100 million ($86.7 million) to modernize press-shop operations at its Bochum, Germany, and Antwerp, Belgium, plants. The investment will enable press operations at the plant to produce larger and more complex parts, while utilizing the latest types of steel. The move is part of the auto maker’s previously announced plan to invest E10 billion ($8.6 billion) in the development and production of new models over the next five years. Opel says the ...
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