Poland plant gearing for launch of ’13 Cascada convertible.
VIENNA – Adam Opel will eliminate the third shift in some parts of its General Motors Poland Mfg. plant in Gliwice, Poland. As of Dec. 3, the assembly and paint shops, as well as a portion of the body shop, will be converted from three to two shifts with a rate of 37.5 cars per hour. The press shop, a part of the body shop and the departments affiliated with them, will remain on three shifts. Other plant operations will remain on three shifts because the Gliwice facility not ...
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