MUMBAI – Skoda Auto India Ltd. is setting up a fresh assembly line and new factory alongside its plant at Aurangabad, Maharashtra, says Imran Hassen, managing director. Skoda India will import high-volume Fabia sooner than planned. It also is increasing its capacity to produce 15,000 cars annually. Last fiscal year, it doubled its sales to 6,500 units and plans to sell more than 9,000 cars this year. Although last year’s turnover was $100 million, Bipin Datar, head of sales and ...

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