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The Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles plants in Hannover and in Poland at Poznań and Września are to gradually start production again at reduced capacity levels from Monday 27 April after a shutdown of what will by then be just over five weeks.

The European Investment Bank (EIB) has signed a €480 million loan agreement with LG Chem Wroclaw Energy, the Polish subsidiary of the LG Chem Group that was established to develop the group’s battery production facility in Europe.

Volkswagen Samochody Dostawcze responds to the coronavirus pandemic and suspends vehicle production.

Varroc Lighting Systems, one of the world leaders in the field of exterior lighting systems production for the automotive industry, continues to invest in the Polish market. After opening the research and development center in Krakow, the company has now opened a new facility specialized in headlamps manufacturing in Niemce.

On February 25, in Radziszewice near Nysa, the foundation stone laying ceremony for the new production plant of the Belgian Umicore Group took place. In making their investment decision, the company, from the electromobility industry sector, was supported by the Polish Investment and Trade Agency (PAIH).

The expansion of the Bridgestone Poznan factory is proceeding. January 20 marked the ceremonial laying of the foundation stone, which symbolically commenced the next important stage of this process - the construction of new production halls.

For the third consecutive year, Lear Poland has been named a Top Employer by Top Employers Institute for its exceptional HR efforts.

On 26 and 27 March 2020, the 7th Automotive CEE Day purchasing meeting will be held in Opole (Poland).