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大众将向墨西哥中部的发动机工厂投资2.335亿美元

2020-11-13 16:00

 

2011年1月27日,在墨西哥瓜纳华托西劳,大众汽车墨西哥执行委员会主席奥托·林德(左)和德国驻墨西哥大使埃德蒙·杜克维茨在新工厂的第一块石头安放仪式上在一台发动机旁摆姿势。(新华社/Jose Murillo Medrano)


新增产能将用于在瓜纳华托西劳的工厂生产新型EA211涡轮增压发动机,该工厂将于2021年在北美安装大众汽车。


新华社墨西哥城11月12日电——德国汽车制造商大众汽车公司周四表示,该公司将投资2.335亿美元扩建位于墨西哥中部的发动机工厂,以提高针对北美市场的产能。


墨西哥公司总统的Steffen Reiche在视频会议上解释说,增加的产能将用于在瓜纳华托锡洛工厂生产新的EA211涡轮增压发动机,该工厂将在2021年被整合到北美的大众汽车上。


该公司负责生产和物流的执行副总裁克里斯托夫·格洛弗(Christopher Glover)表示,这笔投资将使工厂的生产能力提高75%。


Glover说,这款新发动机将加入EA888 2升涡轮增压发动机的生产,大众将其输送到美国田纳西州查塔努加和墨西哥中部普埃布拉州工厂的汽车装配线,以及奥迪在当地的子公司。


大众在四老的发动机工厂于2013年1月开始运营。


根据最新官方数据,这家德国公司是在墨西哥运营的第四大轻型汽车生产商。

 

Otto Linder (L), Volkswagen Executive Council President in Mexico, and German Ambassador in Mexico Edmund Duckwitz, pose near an engine during the ceremony of placing of the new factory' s first stone, in Silao, Guanajuato, Mexico, on Jan. 27, 2011. (Xinhua/Jose Murillo Medrano)

Added capacity will be used to manufacture the new EA211 turbocharged engine at the plant in Silao, Guanajuato, which will be integrated into Volkswagen vehicles in North America in 2021.

MEXICO CITY, Nov. 12 (Xinhua) -- German car manufacturer Volkswagen will invest 233.5 million U.S. dollars to expand its engine plant in central Mexico, in a bid to boost production capacity aimed at the North American market, the company said on Thursday.

Added capacity will be used to manufacture the new EA211 turbocharged engine at the plant in Silao, Guanajuato, which will be integrated into Volkswagen vehicles in North America in 2021, the president of the company in Mexico, Steffen Reiche, explained during a videoconference.

The company's executive vice president of Production and Logistics, Christopher Glover, said the investment will increase production capacity at the plant by 75 percent.

The new engine, Glover said, joins the production of the EA888 2-liter turbocharged engine, which Volkswagen sends to vehicle assembly lines at plants in Chattanooga in U.S. state of Tennessee and central Mexico's Puebla state, and to its Audi subsidiary there.

Volkswagen's engine plant in Silao began operations in January 2013.

The German company is the fourth-largest producer of light vehicles operating in Mexico, according to the most recent official data.

 

来自: xinhua