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Mitsubishi Motors Will Increase Production In Kaluga
29.09.2017 11:03
Mitsubishi Motors Will Increase Production In Kaluga

Mitsubishi Motors will transfer its production from one-shift to two-shift operation mode at its plant in Kaluga and increase the number of personnel by 44 percent from the beginning of 2018. This was stated by the President of Mitsubishi Motors Osamu Masuko.

      The top manager explained that a significant increase in production volumes was expected due to the resumption of assembly of the Pajero Sport crossover at the Kaluga site in November. As “Interfax” specifies, it is planned to produce seven thousand off-road cars per year. “About a thousand employees are involved in the production at the plant in Kaluga, but we will increase the personnel number by about 440 more jobs, in order to expand production by January 2018” - Masuko said. He added that the transition from one-shift to two-shift mode will take place almost simultaneously with the increase in the number of personnel.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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