SAO PAULO --Volkswagen AG will produce the new Polo at its refurbished Sao Bernardo factory, which now has a production capacity of 1,100 units per day, with 500 workers per shift and 2,300 robots, enabling the company to reduce production time from 12 hours to eight hours per vehicle. Parallel to the new Polo assembly line, the Gol production line, built 42 years ago, gradually is being dismantled. Huge curtains separating the two lines are being removed. The new production area has ...
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