MADRID – Nissan will introduce a third shift in its Barcelona plant, creating 300 new temporary jobs. The move is not related to plans to produce a new pickup at the facility, but rather the result of increased demand in Europe for the X-83 van, marketed under the names Nissan Primastar, Renault Trafic and Opel Vivaro. The new shift would operate only three hours daily Monday-Friday, but Nissan Spain expects that to produce about 10,000 extra units on top of the initially forecast ...
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