CANBERRA – SiemensVDO Automotive Australia Pty. Ltd. breaks ground on a A$95 million ($71 million) plant in Melbourne that will manufacture climate-control systems, electronic instrumentation and body-control modules for the country’s Big Four domestic auto makers, as well as BMW AG in Germany. The new facility also will house the supplier's Australian headquarters and aftermarket products division, which distributes in-vehicle navigation systems and audio instrumentation for the ...

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