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Auto makers in Poland revise their annual production forecasts
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Written by AutomotiveSuppliers.pl, Fiat   
Thursday, 08 September 2011 16:20

automotive 2011In 2010, 861.7 thousand cars and delivery vehicles rolled off the assembly lines located in Poland. In May 2011, AutomotiveSuppliers.pl forecast that production in 2011 would be around 900 thousand.

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FSO-owned companies merger
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Thursday, 03 February 2011 14:35
zts_dpi_logo_150Early this year, the district court in Warsaw registered a merger between two companies in which Fabryka Samochodów Osobowych (FSO) is the majority shareholder.
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Construction of Pittsburgh Glass Works plant gets under way
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Written by Legnicka SEZ   
Wednesday, 24 November 2010 12:23
pgw_ground_breaking_03_s10 November 2010 saw a ceremony to begin the construction of Pittsburgh Glass Works (Poland)’s manufacturing plant in the village of Komorniki, situated within the Legnica Special Economic Zone, in the subzone of Środa Śląska.
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Marcegaglia Kluczbork plant opening
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Thursday, 21 October 2010 09:00
zakad_marcegaglia_w_kluczborku“The most important investment in the Opole Region and one of the largest in Poland: with a total amount of 200 million euros (of which more than 100 million already used for the first step), Marcegaglia confirms its presence as a leader in the New Europe’s countries”, said CEO Antonio Marcegaglia during the opening ceremony of the second Marcegaglia manufacturing unit in Poland on October 14th in Kluczbork.
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Scania increases production capacity in Poland
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Thursday, 16 September 2010 10:26
scania_1After extensive renovation, Scania’s facility in Słupsk has been transformed into Europe’s most modern, efficient factory for bus manufacturing.
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Toyota starts 1.4 litre diesel engine production in Poland
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Friday, 10 September 2010 15:03
tmip_plantOn August 30, Toyota Motor Industries Poland (TMIP) officially started the production of a new 1.4 litre diesel engine. The engine will be supplied to Toyota’s manufacturing plants in the UK, France, Turkey and South Africa.



In line with Toyota’s policy of producing vehicles, engines and transmissions locally, the Europe-built 1.4 litre diesel engine will be assembled in the European core models Toyota Auris and Toyota Yaris as well as in the Toyota Corolla produced at Toyota Motor Manufacturing South Africa. The target production volume is 70,000 units on full-year basis.

These models will benefit from the engine’s efficiency and reduced CO2 emissions which result from new piezo injector, enhanced Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) cooler efficiency and a stainless steel exhaust manifold with an optional Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF).

Mr Hiroyuki Ochiai, Executive Vice-President Toyota Motor Europe, said: “Our investments in Poland and, more specifically, TMIP’s clean diesel engines, play a crucial role in supporting Toyota’s environmental efforts while providing our European customers with innovative and superior quality products. To tackle the environmental challenges of CO2 reduction and air quality, we aim to progress towards the ultimate eco-car – a car with zero emissions. To this end, we are investing in a variety of technologies such as gasoline, diesel, electric vehicles and alternative fuels.”

TMIP’s 1.4 litre diesel engines will be built in the same production lines as the current TMIP products - 2.0 and 2.2 litre D-4D engines. Quality remains an absolute priority. All production techniques and standards were re-evaluated to maintain the highest standards in built-in quality, durability and reliability. Quality testing procedures and audits were strengthened at the Polish plant, covering areas specific for the 1.4 litre diesel engine.

Mr Hirotaka Morishita, President TMIP, said: “Quality is one of the key points of management in our plant. Our efforts we have done last few years towards quality improvement let us achieve in FY 2009 one of the highest level among the Toyota manufacturing plant located outside Japan. In May 2010 we’ve been honoured to get from Toyota Motor Corporation the “Overseas Plant Quality Award”. Start of production of ND engine at TMIP is very challengeable for our employees but I am convinced that with such experienced and motivated members working here in Poland, in Jelcz-Laskowice, we will produce the engines which fully satisfied our customers”.

In 2009, TMIP produced around 69,500 units. Five years after the start of production, TMIP has produced 524,056 engines which were exported to three Toyota plants (TMUK, TMMT, TSAM) and assembled in four different Toyota models: Avensis, Auris, Verso and Corolla.

Toyota’s operations in Poland include two manufacturing sites – TMIP and Toyota Motor Manufacturing Poland located in Walbrzych. TMIP started the operation in March 2005 with 2.0 and 2.2 litre diesel engines. TMMP currently produces transmissions and gasoline engines. Up to date Toyota has invested over 767 million euros in Poland and employs around 2,900 employees.

Toyota Motor Industries Poland (TMIP) - Jelcz-Laskowice plant profile

Employment:    688 members (status of end of July 2010)
Investment:     approx. 248 million Euro
Start of production:    21 March 2005
Processes:       casting, machining, assembly
Products:         2.0 and 2.2 litre diesel engines
1.4 litre diesel engine added in August 2010
 
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