Dacia-Renault increases production to 400,000 units per year

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By Emea Riga
Dacia, the largest company in Romania, prepares new models, said News.ro Christophe Dridi, general manager of Automobile Dacia and Groupe Renault Romania on Wednesday, who pointed out that from September 2020 will increase the production of the factory to 400,000 cars, through an investment of 100 million euros.
“Our intention is to increase the capacity of the Mioveni plant. At present, this is 350,000 vehicles per year, and from September 2020, we will have a capacity of 400,000 cars per year, “Christophe Dridi, general manager of Groupe Renault Romania, told News.ro on Wednesday.
Only for this project, the investment is about 100 million euros.
“We are investing 75 million euros, and the government subsidy is 25 million euros. It will allow us to produce 50,000 more cars per year and employ 300 people, “he added.
Dridi is also very proud of what he calls “our child, our pride”, which is the new Duster.
“We are very proud. We sell it in 44 countries, it is the best-selling SUV in Europe. We believe that Duster is like an ambassador to Romania, “said Dridi, who reminded that Pope Francis, during his visit to Romania, went with a papacar Dacia Duster.
France is the largest export market for Dacia, followed by Germany, Italy, Spain, Romania, Turkey, Morocco, Algeria and the United Kingdom.
Renault Group Romania will inaugurate its new headquarters in Bucharest in the presence of Prime Minister Viorica Dăncilă and Thierry Bolloré, Renault Group CEO. All 3,200 employees in Bucharest are to work in the same place, and now they are working in five different places.
Groupe Renault Romania has 18,300 employees today.

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