Russian Federation

Ford Sollers Posts Record Sales Results in 2Q2012
36,119 Ford vehicles were sold in Russia in the second quarter of 2012; this is the highest quarterly sales result since before the economic crisis of 2008
Yazaki Acquires Russian Wire Harness Manufacturer Industrial Volga Company
Yazaki Corporation announced that on July 11th, 2012, the final closure agreement was signed for the 100% share acquisition of the Russian wire harness company, “Industrial Volga Company” LLC (IVC)
Continental Celebrates Roofing Ceremony for New Russian Tire Plant
400 new employees to join the team and be trained for start-up in 2013
PSA Peugeot Citroën and Mitsubishi Motors Corporation Announce the Start of Full Scale Production at their Kaluga Plant
PCMA Rus held an opening ceremony marking the start of full-scale production on July 4, 2012 in the Kaluga region
GAZ Group and Mersa Otomotiv Announce Plans to Set Up Assembly and Distribution of Gazelle Business Vehicles in Turkey
GAZ Group, a part of Russia's biggest business group Basic Element, and Mersa Otomotive have announced plans to develop sales and to set up SKD assembly of GAZelle Business LCVs in Turkey
The 5.000th Ford Transit Rolls off the Production Line at Ford Sollers Plant in Elabuga
The 5.000th Ford Transit rolled off the production line today at the Ford Sollers plant in Elabuga (Tatarstan, Special economic zone “Alabuga”
GAZ Group and Bosa Open Emission Control Systems JV
Today GAZ Group and Bosal started serial production of emission control systems at the Gorky Automobile Plant
General Motors Breaks Ground For St. Petersburg Plant Expansion
The project is the most significant development for GM’s Russian operations since GM Auto opened in 2008
Daimler and GAZ Start Implementation of Mercedes-Benz Vans Manufacturing in Russia
Plans also call for local production of engines and other Mercedes-Benz Sprinter components
JATCO to Open Office in Russia and Commence Shipment of Automatic Transmissions to AvtoVAZ
Jatco Ltd. commenced shipment of automatic transmission (AT) to Russian automobile manufacturer AvtoVAZ, and at the same time, held an opening ceremony for JATCO's Russian office
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