Parts supplier ZF do Brasil Ltda. is investing 77 million Brazilian real ($37.4 million) to set up three shifts at its domestic facilities to meet increased demand in Brazil’s automotive sector. “Orders are up 5.5% over the same period in 2006,” ZF Brazil President Wilson Bricio says. “All of our plants are working with three shifts in some sectors,” he says. “To guarantee increased productivity and to avoid interruption in some processes, we (also have) installed new machinery.” The ...
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