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Audi Mulling SKD Assembly in Russia
18.04.2013 15:59
Audi Mulling SKD Assembly in Russia
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Audi AG is considering switching to SKD (semi knocked down mode) assembly in Russia starting from next year, an anonymous manager was quoted by the Prime news agency as saying.

      The parts will be supplied from Germany and assembled at the Volkswagen plant in Russia's Kaluga Region, the source added.

      The first Audi makes likely to be produced in Russia include Q3, Q5, Q7 and several others.

      In 2012, Audi posted a 44 percent increase in the number of units sold, totaling 33,000 cars. 




Author: Mikhail Vesely

Tags: Kaluga Region     

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