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gm va fabrica chevrolet in polonia...cred ca nu mai vin si in romania

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Serios au aparut stiri noi pe tema asta? Adica e o certitudine? Cu mai multe luni in urma aparusera stiri in care se spunea ca sunt in discutii GM-Daewoo cu polonezii dar nu s-a ajuns la nici un acord.

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Craiovenii ar trebui sa stie mai bine. Daca n-a venit GE la Electroputere, de ce ar veni GM ?

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Imi amintesc exact citatul din articolul care spunea de ce nu au cumparat Electro: "Americanii au ramas pur si simplu descumpaniti de marimea uzinei". Acum ar fi interesati, exact ca si in telenovela GMDAT-Daewoo Craiova ... dezbraca-te ... imbraca-te ...

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Cand au vazut cat fier vechi pot vinde si cati euroi pot incasa pe terenurile aduse la verde ?

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Chevrolet to start production in the European Union

 

 

Chevrolet Europe has issued the following press release:

 

Starting in fall 2007, the Aveo, Chevrolet’s small four-door sedan, will be built at a production facility in Warsaw in Poland for sale throughout Europe. An all-new, three- and five-door hatchback variant will be assembled at the same location as of mid-2008.

 

The current Aveo (called Kalos in some markets) is Chevrolet’s best-selling model in Europe, with registrations totaling 78,500 in the first nine months of this year. Building the vehicle in Europe will allow Chevrolet to satisfy continuing high demand and shorten delivery times (currently from Asia) while reducing logistics costs as well as currency risks for the company. The move will also make it easier to allocate vehicles produced at GM’s Korean manufacturing facilities for sale in Asia and, for example, in the USA, where the Aveo is the number one car in its segment. The Chevrolet cars built in Poland will be sold throughout Europe.

 

Michael A. Grimaldi, president and CEO of GM Daewoo, said: “Assembly in Europe will help ensure the continued growth of the Chevrolet brand in Europe, and give GM Daewoo much needed manufacturing flexibility to meet the strong global demand for our most popular vehicle.”

 

Wayne Brannon, executive director of Chevrolet Europe, said: “We need more Chevys to meet European demand. Wherever possible, it just makes sense to build where we sell.” Chevrolet’s sales in Europe have grown fast in the past three years, from 190,000 in 2004 to what is expected to exceed more than 300,000 in 2006.

 

Production at the FSO facility will increase slowly from some 4,000 cars built in the latter part of 2007 to upwards of 60,000 in the first full year of production in 2008. Further increases to over 150,000 units per year are planned once all three model variants are in place. The initial phase of Chevrolet production will secure more than 1,000 jobs among the current FSO workforce.

 

The Warsaw plant in which the Aveo will be built is owned and managed by General Motors’ long-standing Ukrainian partner, UkrAvto. The company currently manufactures and distributes Chevrolet vehicles in Ukraine, where the brand has a market share of more than 8 percent. GM and UkrAvto will work together to ensure the highest standards of quality.

 

According to Eric Stevens, GM Europe’s vice president of manufacturing, “General Motors’ track record of producing world-class vehicles in Poland gives us the confidence to take this important next step. Our experience since 1998 at the Gliwice plant in southern Poland has been extremely positive. We are confident the workforce in Warsaw will deliver vehicles of the same world-class performance and quality.” GM’s Gliwice plant produces the Opel Zafira, Astra Classic and Agila.

 

Chevrolet has a long and proud production tradition in Poland. The first Chevrolet models were built in a plant in Warsaw’s Wolska Street as early as 1928 with a second plant starting production in the suburb of Wola in 1937. At that time, Polish workers were trained at General Motors International A/S in Copenhagen. Among the four-door Chevrolet models produced in Wola were the Master Sedan, Master De Luxe, Master Touring Sedan and Imperial Limousine.

 

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Nu puteau sa le faca la noi, la Craiova? Poate ne trezim ca vin doar chinezii sau indienii sa ne faca masini la Craiova, acum ca GM e oficial iesit din cursa pt. fabrica noastra. A ramas doar Ford...cine stie, poate avem noroc cu ei...

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Si totusi SPERANTa moare ULTIMA. Doamne ajuta :osanale: (eu inca sper si cred...)

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Zice de Aveo. Poate fac Spark-ul la noi.

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GM nu a iesit din cursa de privatizare a fabricii .

Este in continuare foarte interesat ,la fel ca si Ford , isi evalueaza posibilele investitii .

In schimb chinezii si indienii nu au aparut deocamdata prin fabrica .

Depinde foarte mult de statul roman cum face caietul de sarcini pentru privatizare , si in felul acesta pe care investitor il va avantaja .

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Faptul ca GM isi face o importanta facilitate de constructii auto in Varsovia, dupa ce aveau deja una in Ucraina, reduce sansa preluarii uzinei de la Craiova la zero - parerea mea...

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Sunt de-acord, numai ca am senzatia ca vor sa echipeze masinile din aceste doua fabrici cu subansamble de la Craiova... motoare, cutii de viteza...etc. Din cate stiu exista contracte pentru anul viitor pentru asemenea "piese".

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Presimt ca vor cumpara fabrica de la Craiova si o vor folosi doar pentru a fabrica cutii si motoare...

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In planurile GM de fabricatie la Craiova nu intra Aveo , asa ca stati linistiti .

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eu stau linistit...prefer ford...si cam stiu ca vor veni (ford).

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De ce e atat de dejavantajos ca ar face doar cutii de viteze si motoare? Oricum daca se fabrica oriunde in UE tot ar disparea taxele vamale, deci pentru cumparator ar fi acelasi lucru. Important e sa produca cineva ceva la Craiova si acel ceva sa se vanda in cantitati mari.

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Pentru ca stau nefolosite investitiile principale si pentru ca un cumparator este interesat de concurenta locala. Poate ca povestea cu statul administrator al investitiei contribuabilului roman este desueta pentru unii, dar n-ar trebui neglijata sau data uitarii, asa cum isi doresc toti cei care au pus mana pe active valoroase platind un bacsis.

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Ar fi chiar rau sa nu mai vina nimeni si sa ramana Craiova in motoare si cutii de viteze !Nu suntem destul de "aborigeni" exportand materii prime si produse cu un grad redus de prelucrare sa dam inapoi si aici!?!..Nu ar fi deloc bine..Mai bine sa vina chiar indienii!!...

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Nu-i asa, Zeule, motorul si cutia de viteze este mult mai mult decat materii prime si produce cu grad scazut de prelucrare. E chiar mai bine decat o linie de asamblare de CKD-uri. Ar vrea "aborigenii" aceia din Australia sa faca si ei, nu doar sa importe. Si nici sa vina unii cu viziune limitata, precum indienii si chinezii.

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Salut,

 

Daca ne uitam la ce modele de masini se vand in Europa de Est si mai adaugam faptul ca Aveo deja se va produce in Polonia, nu cred ca vor veni cei de la GM aici sa produca doar Spark sau doar componente, pentru ca ar fi cu mult sub limita de rentabilitate. O astfel de uzina in mod normal ar trebui sa produca cam 70-100.000 masini / an minim ceea ce nu e realizabil doar cu Spark sau cu Laceti, Evanda, Epica si altele.

 

In schimb Ford are o motivatie mai puternica:

1. vrea sa isi mute liniiile de productie pentru Fiesta din Spania catre europa de est

2. Are o versiune Sedan deja in productie in India

http://www.dancewithshadows.com/autoindia/...iesta-india.asp

http://www.india.ford.com/servlet/ContentS...e&c=DFYPage

 

Eu cam pot sa pun pariu ca din 2009 vom asista la Fiesta made in Romania

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E dreptul proprietarului.

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Nu stiu cata legatura are cu topicul, dar m-am gandit ca poate fi interesant:

 

 

DETROIT -- Ford Motor Co. workers and retirees got a glimpse of the company's future Monday -- including an all-new subcompact car, the next-generation F-150 pickup and a reimagined Explorer sport utility vehicle-- during a series of morale-building forums at Cobo Arena.

 

The event was closed to the media and Ford required attendees to sign confidentiality agreements, but The Detroit News spoke with a number of employees and retirees afterward. Most came away enthused and confident that Ford has enough hot new vehicles in the pipeline to help fuel a turnaround.

 

The event, called "Showroom of the Future," was a first for Ford and offered a look at vehicles that will go into production between now and 2010. Many had never been seen outside of Ford's closely guarded design studios in Dearborn.

 

Topping the list of surprises was a prototype for a Ford subcompact car that would fill a glaring hole in the automaker's lineup.

 

Mark Fields, president of Ford's Americas group, has been talking about building a small, stylish and fuel-efficient "B-car" since taking over the automaker's domestic operations last fall. But he had yet to offer so much as a sketch of what that vehicle would look like until Monday.

 

The four-door sedan features a three-bar grille and wraparound headlamps. It's powered by a four-cylinder, 1.8-liter engine already used in Europe, though new options could be available by the time the car goes into production in 2009 or 2010. It is designed to compete with the Honda Fit.

 

"If they brought it out now, it might hit the mark," said analyst Jim Hall of AutoPacific Inc. in Troy, who is familiar with the vehicle. "But they can't bring it out now."

 

Ford also unveiled two redesigned versions of its stalwart F-150 pickup Monday. The new F-150, which is expected to go into production in 2008, borrows from the bolder look of Ford's Super Duty pickups.

 

"It's an in-your-face (grille)," said Hall, adding that it will take more than good looks to guarantee the F-150's future success.

 

"A lot of it is going to be determined by how it drives and how it does in fuel economy."

 

The F-series is facing stiffer competition than ever. General Motors Corp. has new versions of its Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra coming to market right now and Japan's Toyota Motor Corp. is about to introduce its first true full-size pickup.

 

In addition to substantially refreshed styling, the revamped F-150 will offer new powertrain options, including a diesel engine. However, that will not be offered on the initial version.

 

Ford also showed a photo of a next-generation Ford Explorer codenamed ORE -- which stands for On-Road Explorer. The design was more sporty than rugged and the vehicle was based on a car platform rather than that of a truck.

 

Also shown for the first time was the production version of Ford's "people mover," a full-size crossover based on the Fairlane concept shown at the Detroit auto show in 2005.

 

The unnamed vehicle still features the Fairlane's squared-off sides and a white roof.

 

Ford also unveiled refreshed versions of its Focus compact car -- with a chrome two-bar grille -- the midsize Fusion sedan, the Five Hundred large sedan and the Mustang coupe.

 

"We're definitely delivering the product," said Bruce Whittle, a supervisor in Ford's chassis section, who was excited about the vehicles he saw at Cobo but wouldn't reveal details.

 

The Lincoln brand's new MKS flagship sedan was a favorite of some attendees. A prototype was unveiled at last year's North American International Auto Show, but participants got to see the production version Monday, which will not arrive in showrooms until 2008.

 

No Mercury vehicles were on display, but photos were shown of refreshed versions of Montego and Milan sedans and the Mariner SUV.

 

The highlight of "Showroom of the Future," most agreed, was the tiny new subcompact.

 

Ford insiders say it will be built on a new platform being developed by Mazda Motor Corp., which Ford controls. Known internally as the B2E platform, it will also provide the basic architecture for the next-generation Ford Fiesta and Mazda2.

 

Other versions are also planned for the U.S. market, including a small crossover.

 

Ford spokeswoman Sara Tatchio confirmed that the company did unveil "one possible design" for the subcompact Monday, but would not discuss details of the vehicle.

 

"We'll get a B-car as fast as we can with the right design and right business case," she said.

 

Ford was already well on its way to delivering a subcompact SUV for the U.S. market when Fields took over last year. But he killed that project, saying it was designed to compete on price alone, not on style or quality.

 

Ford's focus shifted to developing an American version of the new Mazda. At one point, Ford hoped to build the new subcompact in Mexico, expanding one of its existing plants to accommodate the new vehicle.

 

But Ford's financial woes have called that plan into question.

 

"Right now, we're planning to build the B-car in Brazil," said one person familiar the plan. "But that changes daily."

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Si totusi SPERANTa moare ULTIMA. Doamne ajuta :osanale: (eu inca sper si cred...)

 

Stai linistit si nu-ti mai da palpitatii la inima ca n-are rost. GM nu va produce niciodata AVEO la Craiova si asta ti-o spun din surse sigure. Tot aceleasi surse confirma urmatoarele :

1. Aveo se va produce in Polonia

2. Diselu' va intra de anul viitor pe Lacetti.

3. In cazul in care Lacetti nu se va vinde mai bine si cu motorizarea diesel, acest model va disparea de pe piata.

4. De anul viitor (data nu o stiu) Aveo va fi mai ieftin cu cca. 1.000 Euro

5. Pare haios, insa vanzarile in Romania ptr. Aveo, reprezinta barometrul productiei ptr masinile Chevrolet Aveo.

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Problema e ca nici Ford nu prea da semne, si intentioneaza sa se dezvolte in Brazilia pt. a construi masini din gama mica...

Tare ma tem ca ne vedem cu un Chery sau Tata... :(

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