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Automobile Dacia started in Mioveni an extensive program to expand its production capacity to 406,000 cars/year, announced new company director, Christophe Dridi. The expansion comes after a decade of production capacity was 350,000 units/year.
Dacia will invest 100 million euros in two years in this expansion program, starting with investments in the main manufacturing and assembly sections. Production will increase on average by 15 cars/hour. Now, Mioveni produces 1,400 cars/day, of which 1,100 are Duster. For comparison, the Pitesti Plant produced 680 vehicles per day at the beginning of 2016 800 at the end of that year.
Christophe Dridi also says the number of employees will increase by 300 as part of this program. And the degree of robotization will increase to reach about 20% in 2020. In 2016 the grade was 5%, now it is somewhere at 10-12%, and especially the heavier jobs will be targeted. The official Dacia says that without a high degree of automation the quality level required by the customers can not be reached.
The sales of Dacia cars registered an 11.7% increase in Europe in 2018 and the carmaker’s market share rose to 3.4%, from 3% in 2017, according to European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) ) published on Wednesday.

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