VIENNA – Volkswagen Motor Polska diesel engine plant lays the cornerstone for a new 215,280-sq.-ft. (20,000- sq.-m) production hall at its site in Polkowice, Poland. The new facility will allow the auto maker to increase its daily manufacturing capacity from the current 2,400 diesel engines to 3,400 units. “The construction of a new hall willenable a significant production increase,” Christian Bleiel, managing director-Volkswagen Motor Polska, says during the ...

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