MADRID – SEAT is revising its 2012 production slate to 380,000 vehicles, down 97,000, or 20.3%, from original targets for the year but still 27,000 units more than in 2011. The cuts will be achieved by using flexible measures previously agreed to by the SEAT works council. Some Saturday shifts will be canceled at the Martorell plant near Barcelona. The facility also will be closed Oct. 8-11 proceeding a Spanish national holiday Oct. 12. The most affected model will be the Ibiza, ...
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