After 32 years, Volvo Cars is pulling out of the Netherlands Car BV (NedCar) plant. The last V40/S40 models will roll off the assembly line at the plant in Born, the Netherlands, May 19. Curt Germundsson, Volvo senior vice president-manufacturing, says the 1 millionth unit of the compact-car series also will come off the assembly line that day. The new generation of S40 and V50 is being assembled at Volvo's plant in Gent, Belgium, as NedCar now is wholly owned by Mitsubishi Motors Corp., ...
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