FONTAINE, France – Wagon plc expects to achieve full production speed by early-November of the unique body-in-white parts for the Peugeot 307CC, and in so doing, join Magna Steyr, Tower Automotive and Thyssen-Krupp AG as major suppliers of complex body components in Europe. Wagon has no stamping equipment here. The €70 million ($82 million) factory was designed for assembly only. Instead, Wagon imports stampings from one of its own factories, from PSA Peugeot Citroen and from Turinauto in ...

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