BRATISLAVA, Slovakia – Volkswagen Slovakia a.s. may construct a third plant in Slovakia, in addition to its main factory in Bratislava, which produces cars and transmissions, and a smaller component plant in Martin, Central Slovakia. The new plant is needed for machining of castings made at Rautenbach Slovakia s.r.o. in Ziar nad Hronom, a subsidiary of the German supplier Rautenbach-Guss Wernigerode GmbH. VW Slovakia previously had selected a brownfield plant site in Rimavska Sobota, ...

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