Opel to expand production at Hungarys engine plant.

By bne IntelliNews January 16, 2013
The Hungarian unit of German car producer Opel will start in February 2013 serial production of 1.6-litre engines at its base in Szentgotthard, western Hungary, MTI news agency reported citing local daily Vilaggazdasag. The plant will produce both petrol and diesel engines. The production of 1.0-litre three-cylinder engines could start at the plant in about a year. Opel opened the EUR 500mn engine plant at its base in Szentgotthard in September 2012. The company expects to turn out 336,000 engines in 2013, up by 51% y/y.
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