SUNDERLAND, U.K. – For the sixth year running, the Nissan Motor Mfg. (U.K.) Ltd. plant in remote Sunderland has been named the most productive in Europe. A recent study by the World Markets Research Center shows, on average, each Sunderland assembly line worker built 95 cars in 2001, out-producing Ford of Europe Inc.’s plant in Saarlouis, Germany, by about 8.5%. The Ford plant is Nissan's closest European rival in terms of car production. The average for all car plants across Europe is ...
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