VIENNA – Volkswagen christens a new assembly line for its Amarok pickup in Hannover, Germany. The facility joins the Volkswagen plant in Pacheco, Argentina, in building the small truck, output of which was launched in November 2009. “With the two Amarok locations at Pacheco in Argentina and Hannover in the heart of Europe, we have achieved effective regional deployment,” Wolfgang Schreiber, CEO of Volkswagen’s commercial-vehicles division, says in a prepared ...

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