Holden Ltd. has its Adelaide plant in South Australia running flat out in June in preparation for a 2-week shutdown next month to accommodate the installation of new automated equipment. The upgrade is part of Holden's 5-year, A$2 billion ($1.36 billion) plant-modernization plan, which includes a targeted capacity increase to 200,000 vehicles a year by 2008 and additional upgrades at Holden’s Fisherman’s Bend, Victoria, engine facility. Holden’s Commodore is Australia’s best seller. ...
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