VIENNA – Adam Opel will continue production of transmissions at its plant in Bochum, Germany, until the end of 2013 due to high export demands. Originally, Bochum’s transmission production was to be closed down at the end of 2011. The Opel Wien plant in Vienna, Austria, was expected to take over the gearbox volumes from Bochum. The transmission decision is part of a restructuring agreement concluded by the plant management and works council. As reported earlier, Opel is cutting ...
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