Volkswagen will start pendant discussions for a multi-brand factory building in the "remaining locations". The VW Group has been looking for suitable factory places to be co-ordinated by Skoda in recent months, but to produce brand models in the group. The target countries were also Romania, but it is not clear whether our country is shortlisted.
The Volkswagen Group has announced that the Board of Supervisors and the Board of Directors have decided to launch firm discussions with the loyalty chosen so far to build a multi-brand factory. The company has not provided details of these potential locations, but Turkey, Serbia, Bulgaria, Macedonia and even Hungary have so far talked about the shortlist. Romania, according to unofficial information, was on the GC list, but it is not known whether there is any opportunity at present to take part in these discussions.
The VW announcement also included information on future battery work that will be built in Europe in partnership. The plans aim to build this plant in the country where the company's headquarters, Saxony Lower, have been located. At the same time, the Board of Supervisors asked the Board of Directors to seek industrial solutions for MAN Energy Solutions and RENK AG. Last but not least, it was decided to prepare an IPO for TRATON SE before the summer holiday.
"We have approved important strategic decisions for Volkswagen Group at the Supervisors Board today. As part of the extensive aggressive on electrification, we plan to ensure our battery capabilities through strategic partnership. At the same time, we want to expand production capacity. in Europe to support growth plans, "said Hans Dieter Potsch, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors.
Trade unions, through their chair, Bernd Osterloh, have announced that they support the decisions made by the heads of CW.
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