Cockpit supplier SAS Automotive RSA and Faurecia Front End South Africa inaugurate a new 129,000 sq.-ft (12,000 sq.-m) joint manufacturing facility on the outskirts of Pretoria. Reports say the plant, located in the Rosslyn Automotive Supplier Park, will churn out 250 front-end and cockpit modules per day for BMW AG for the redesigned 3-Series produced in South Africa. The line, currently producing 150 modules per day, is expected to reach full speed in August. SAS Automotive RSA ...

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