LUBLIN, Poland – Andoria-Mot Sp. z o.o., the Polish company that took over production of Lublin vans and Honker SUVs from the bankrupt Daewoo Motor Polska Sp. z o.o., plans to assemble its Lublin 3 vans in Egypt. Egyptian assembly of Polish vans has a long tradition. Eltramco, Egyptian Light Transport Mfg. Co., used to assemble the Zuk, which was the predecessor of the Lublin van in the country. Andoria-Mot restarted production of Lublin vans in Poland in April, with 1,353 units produced ...

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