RUESSELSHEIM, Germany — Adam Opel AG's new factory here will leave 40% of inside space vacant to accommodate suppliers. The one-floor facility will replace the existing plant, in which the assembly line passes through two floors. “During the past few years we have, despite our best efforts, exhausted the scope for restructuring and plant modernization that the Ruesselsheim site had to offer,” says Robert Hendry, Opel's chief executive. To be the competitive worldwide, a spokeswoman adds, ...
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