VIENNA – ZAT Evrokar, the Ukrainian assembler of Skoda Auto a.s. cars, plans to launch complete-knocked-down assembly of Octavias in early 2011 at its plant in Solomonovo. “Neither in 2009, the crisis year, nor this year have we desisted in setting up the CKD assembly,” Oleg Boyarin, supervisory board chairman of Evrokar and management board chairman of ZAT Atoll Holding, the company which controls Evrokar, tells Ward’s. “Last year, we installed the body-shop facilities, and the paint ...

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