VIENNA – Volkswagen AG plans a slight capacity increase at its Volkswagen Poznan Sp. z o.o. plant in Poznan, Poland. Volkswagen Poznan produces about 700 vehicles per day, the majority of which are the Caddy and Caddy Maxi. About 100 units are the T5 van. “We initially aim to develop a plan that will allow us to reach 720, maybe 730 units per day,” says Stephan Schaller, CEO of Volkswagen’s commercial-vehicles division, which is responsible for the Polish plant. However, there are no ...
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