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Opel

Opel-PSA Group Plans Job Cuts in Vienna

By summer, 140 employees are to leave the Opel plant in Aspern. A further reduction could be avoided thanks to a new transmission order from Opel parent Groupe PSA. Engines will be produced for the previous Opel owner General Motors (GM) until 2019/20. What comes after that is still uncertain.

April 6, 2018

Russia: Most Important Future Market for Opel

Head of General Motors, Dan Akerson, regards Russia as the most important future market for Opel.

April 15, 2013

Austria: New Head of Division for Magna

Former head of Opel, Karl-Friedrich Stracke, is going to assume the automotive engineering division at Magna in Steyr, Austria.

March 12, 2013

All-Clear for Opel Site in Vienna

Although the German automobile producer faces serious troubles, the Viennese factory is not endangered to cut jobs.

February 21, 2012

Opel Records Rise in Production

Opel Austria, a subsidiary of the U.S. group General Motors, could raise production by 11% in 2011.

January 25, 2012

GM Makes Major Investment in Austria

The U.S. corporation invests € 50m in its Viennese powertrain factory.

October 19, 2011

Drop in Car Production in Poland

In September 2011, the production of passenger cars and commercial vehicles in Poland amounted to 70,521 units, an increase by 63,24% (27,319 units) compared to August 2011 reported the Samar Institute.

October 12, 2011

Opel - Plant in Vienna Aspern provides EUR 10.6 million per year to Germany

The staff of the automotive plant of General Motors in Aspern provides around EUR 10.6m p.a. for the reorganization of German car producer Opel

September 3, 2010