NEW YORK — Assembly of the Volvo S60 sedan began a slow ramp up in early August at the company plant in Ghent, Belgium. Volvo has scheduled 75 jobs for the first week, says Jan-Inge Eliasson, the automaker's technical director. Some 150 cars were assembled in the first week, rising to 200 cars the following week until the target of 1,800 units per week is reached in eight weeks. About 20,000 S60s will be sold this year, and Volvo's goal is to sell more than 100,000 units worldwide in ...
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