More than half of original workforce from 2002 still employed at Vsevolozhsk plant.
VIENNA – Ford Sollers’ assembly plant in Vsevolozhsk near St. Petersburg, Russia, marks its 10th anniversary of car production. The Vsevolozhsk facility, established by Ford, was the first foreign-owned vehicle-manufacturing plant in Russia in the modern era and has built more than 500,000 vehicles over the last decade. The first Focus rolled off the line in July 2002. Total investment in the facility to date is more than RR10.8 billion ($330 million). The plant has the ...
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