Volkswagen plans to open a new plant in Eastern Europe, with posts in Bulgaria, Turkey and Romania, with Automobilwoche.
On November 18, Volkswagen chief Herbert Dyss said the car maker was looking for a new Eastern European plant to start the Škoda and Seat assembly after 2022.
This is a very internal struggle in the company. German Workers' Union Volkswagen is in competition with Skoda's management to control the new plant.
It plans to work from 4000 to 5,000 employees. Providing assembly lines with Skoda Carro and Seat Saak.
Volkswagen has already confirmed that it will transfer Passat's limousines to the Czech Republic. But there is expensive production and cheaper destinations at lower prices.
Alternatively, one of the engine manufacturers in Poland or Hungary can be upgraded to a car repair factory.
The cause of these activities is Volkswagen's transition to electric cars, which plans to invest EUR 34 billion by 2022. They will be assembled at factories in Germany.
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