Auto maker expanding output at Romanian transmission plant.
VIENNA – Daimler expands its Mercedes-Benz Cars powertrain manufacturing network. The auto maker will invest more than €280 million ($364.4 million) for the production of a new generation of automatic transmissions in Romania. Overall, Daimler plans investments of more than €300 million ($390.5 million). “The expansion of our production network to include an additional location for transmission assembly is designed to perfectly complement our existing ...
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