Volkswagen's technical failure causes two factories to stop production, affecting 400 workers

by:Gewinn     2022-05-25
According to the European 'Automotive News' report on January 31, due to falling demand and technical failures, Volkswagen temporarily stopped production at the Emden plant in northwest Germany and a gearbox plant in central Germany. The stamping workshop at Volkswagen's Emden plant in Germany suffered a technical failure and stopped production on Friday. The plant is responsible for the production of the Passat sedan, coupe and station wagon. The factory, which employs 9,600 people, is still closed as of today. Volkswagen's parts plant in Kassel, Germany, shut down its body, stamping and thermoforming workshops. 400 workers were affected. The plant has an annual output of 4 million gearboxes and also produces body parts for the Passat. Some production lines may continue to stop production on February 1, 5 and 8. Volkswagen said it was bracing for tough market conditions this year after suffering its first sales drop in more than a decade in 2015 due to an emissions scandal.
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