POLKOWICE, Poland – Volkswagen AG’s Polish engine plant, Volkswagen Motor Polska Sp. z o.o., celebrated the production of its millionth engine since startup in September 1999. About 490,000 1.9L diesel engines were produced in 2001 and the company expects to make 540,000 engines this year. The plant, which employs 860 people, produces 2,100 engines per day with three shifts and plans to increase daily output to 2,250 units in the second half of 2002. That means additional employment of ...
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