VIENNA – Avtomobilnaya Kompaniya Derways, the Russian assembler of Chinese cars based in Cherkessk, plans to increase its capacity. Currently, the Derways plant can assemble up to 250 cars a day, or 5,700 a month, from complete-knocked-down kits. That volume assumes 5-day-per-week operation on two shifts a day in the body and assembly shops and three shifts daily on the paint line. “We are planning to increase capacity to 125,000 cars a year, or 10,500 a month, also on the same shift ...

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