VIENNA — Isuzu Motors Polska Sp. z o.o.'s (Ipsol's) recently opened new engine plant in the special economic zone in Tychy, Silesia, Poland, represents the biggest investment to date by a Japanese automaker in Eastern Europe. The DM370 million (US$198.1 million) facility, the first Japanese engine plant in Eastern Europe, has an annual capacity of 300,000 diesels. “We aim to be the world's No.1 diesel engine manufacturer,” says Tohru Kajiyama, managing director of Isuzu Motors Ltd., ...
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