Daimler opened a new gearbox production line in Romania
The global automotive corporation Daimler started operating a new production line in the Romanian city of Sebes. The line is located at its local subsidiary Star Assembly which now produces 8G Double Clutch gearboxes for Mercedes-Benz cars. The investment in the manufacturing expansion worth EUR 250 million is planned to create a total of 500 new job positions in the facility.
“Considering that Daimler, one of the world’s leading automotive company and the second largest contributor to Romania’s state budget, has decided to implement another major investment in Sebes, with a significant social impact on the local community, represents a positive signal for the international business environment, a proof that Romania is the best place to implement viable projects and a reliable partner for developing successful business. Romania is a country of quality”, Paula Pirvanescu, Secretary of State, commented.
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