DRESDEN — Volkswagen AG's Glass Factory is set to produce the first prototype of the luxury car known as “D” in less than five months. But the site in downtown Dresden right now is a madhouse of trucks, cranes, steel and mud. “It's one of the most interesting, difficult assignments of my career,” says Eberhard Herbst, the project manager for the plant. “It's the smallest plant I've built for Volkswagen, but has many unique features.” Construction is running behind schedule, but Herbst ...
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